Maxxis 751

by Dean
(Perth.)

Was using Simex Centipede MT in 31/10.5/15 sounded like a truck, vague handling, handled everything.

Went back to a 235/75/15 Maxxis 751. Handle a lot better, quieter, still handles everything that the Simex use to do, and nicer to drive on the black stuff.

Drop to 15psi in the sand and they go anywhere.

I would recommend these to anyone.

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Maxxis 751
by: Anonymous

Have have used Maxxis 751 on my Pajero, I got 85000km out of them, I tow a camper at Ningaloo through sand - all good, on highway these tyres perform well and have low noise.
I recommend these tyres.

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