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    I use intermediate dirt tires, Dunlop is a great brand also .

    And a cheap site to get tires, jcmotors.com

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    i like my MS3 on the front...

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    just put on a Dunlop 952 on the rear,,looks good and they say they will last longer than other tires,and only cost $60 ,we got a great place in town that will beat any other place on price..next month will be the front tire



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    I always ran Dunlop 756's but i tried the MX51's and they work just as good or better but the rears last alot longer
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    I run and will alway run Michelin S12's this tire hooks good out in this area and the ware is great to.
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    Piece of advice: don't use "n e" as an abbreviation for "any," it's only one keystroke longer. haha



    Also, michelin starcross's are great tires for moderate to soft terrain, but not so much for hard terrain.



    Try the Maxxis MaxxCross- IT M7305 rear tire. It's great for hardpack with scattered rocks.

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    4 myself i like the dunlop mx71

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    Dunlop d952 its a multi terrain tire works awsome in hard conditions and hooks really good in sand I ride on the local California deserts which is primarily hard pack and sand washes and the dunalop d952 are my favorite tire. Plus they seem to have a fairly. Long tread life. Compared to other mx tires I have ran
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    I bought a set of Mx51 tires from this site; http://4wheelonline.com/motorcycle/M...e_Tires.106588. Very content with its performance and looks great in my bike. By the way, got it for a very competitive price thanks to 4wheelonline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hondawyatt View Post
    its about that time for a new set of tires and im not real sure what i want. i have had several sets of starcross and they have always been an awesome tire. the most recent tire was a maxxis which was to hard and didnt last long at all!



    does n e one have n e suggestions? what do yall use and how do yall like it? i ride mostly hard to intermediate terrain so gimme some ideas
    Vehicle safety standard depends mainly, if not entirely, on the quality of the tire you are using. And you have to choose the tire according to where you going to ride. Michelin MH-3 was good at all the time and better than the Maxxis.

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