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Maxxis MA-751 Bravo

Maxxis MA-751 Bravo Questions & Answers

4.3 from 35 reviews

4 questions from our users

Ajith

Ajithasked

I bought a maxxis 195r15-MA751 thailand tyre. is it 8plr or 6ply...??

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Paul
Paul

8 Ply

Frank

Frankasked

Can anyone tell me if these tyres are commercial tyres. I need to know as my car has to go through RW.
Thanx, Frank

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Mike
Mike

No I don't believe they are commercial tyres, I could be wrong, however when I purchased mine they were 70%Road/30%Offroad

Jamie
Jamie

Pass a roadworthy without a problem.

bhanukiran.kata

bhanukiran.kataasked

How can I buy this tyre?

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tex20002
tex20002

I purchased mine from Bob Jane T-Mart, but they now have a later model set which provides more grip in the wet but a little less wear, so I chose them.

Racky

Rackyasked

would going from bridgestoned694's to maxxis 751's on a 90series prado be a backward step. have found the bridgestone perform good but have started to howl at 60 000k. I have put up with the noise till 70 000k with the noise now shithouse. They now are up for replacement and i am reluctant to run them again. Maxxis751 look great on paper, but can anyone tell me what they are like for braking in the wet & puncture resistance on gravel especially when below 50%. Do they have a similar construction rating as say BFG's or 694's

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Dennis Harrison
Dennis Harrison

I have Maxxis on my 2002 Prado, I just replaced them after 98,000 K's, only because I was going on holidays with expected 3,000K trip. They handle well and wear excellant. I was told to get Bridgestone, by a Bridgestone dealer, but they don't get anywhere near the distance of Maxxis.

Dennis Harrison
Dennis Harrison

The Maxxis have no or very low road noise, I have had them for six years, on bitumen, and dirt roads and never had a puncture. I have had over 98,000k with no road noise. I have had no trouble in wet or dry conditions and I will be staying with them.

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