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Re: Dunlop Trailmax Mission Tires
Reply #40 on: August 14, 2021, 05:31:43 PM
A new update on Trailmax Mission tires.

The mileage today is 10,515 (16,922 km) and my tread depth for the Front is 6mm(4/32)  and Rear tread depth is also 6mm(4/32).

Still doing well.
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Re: Dunlop Trailmax Mission Tires
Reply #41 on: September 24, 2021, 10:23:06 PM
Here is the latest update on my Tire mileage.

Finished riding today and have a total of 12,015 miles (19,336 km) on my Dunlop Trailmax Mission Tires.

Tread Depth Front: 5/32 in or 3.5mm
Tread Depth Rear : 6/32 in or 4.5mm

They are wearing very will but will need to be replaced in 1500 (2414 km)to 2000 (3218 km) miles.
Mikie

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Re: Dunlop Trailmax Mission Tires
Reply #42 on: December 29, 2021, 12:54:54 AM
This is my last report on the Dunlop Trailmaster Missions. I finally decided to change them out to New Missions. The tires have performed very well but it is time to get some new rubber.

I have ridden a total of 15,605 miles (25,113 km) and am very satisfied with their performance and durability. When I took them off today, the tread depth remaining on the rear tire is 4mm/5/32in and on the front is 3mm/4/32in. Still some mileage left on them but no need to push my luck.

Since it is the New Year, I figured it was time for a new start.

I hope this thread has been helpful and informative to you with regard to the performance of these excellent tires.
Mikie

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Re: Dunlop Trailmax Mission Tires
Reply #43 on: December 29, 2021, 04:55:13 AM
Super helpful, thank you for logging your updates!

Any degradation in the tires' handling or performance in the final months before you replaced them?
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Re: Dunlop Trailmax Mission Tires
Reply #44 on: December 29, 2021, 12:20:35 PM
That is superb mileage from a set of tyres with plenty of tread left too.

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Re: Dunlop Trailmax Mission Tires
Reply #45 on: December 29, 2021, 10:23:14 PM
I did not see any noticeable change in the handling of the bike due to the tire wear. the traction was still very good.  They wore down evenly and did not show any signs of uneven tire wear. The tire did not handle mud or sand well when new at all but that is as much due to the weight of the bike and rider as much as the tire.

I like them enough to put a new set on the bike.

A Good tire.
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Re: Dunlop Trailmax Mission Tires
Reply #46 on: January 17, 2022, 11:11:29 PM
*Originally Posted by flaldrider [+]
I did not see any noticeable change in the handling of the bike due to the tire wear. the traction was still very good.  They wore down evenly and did not show any signs of uneven tire wear. The tire did not handle mud or sand well when new at all but that is as much due to the weight of the bike and rider as much as the tire.

I like them enough to put a new set on the bike.

A Good tire.

That’s very positive feedback on the missions! At 4k my oem tyres are square!  :027:
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