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Shhh! Need to try new tires.

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Hard or soft I am a believer in the Dunlop 756 front. I was running one on the rear also but decided to try a Pirelli MT 450,just put it on this week and hav'nt ridden yet.Can't wait till Sunday!

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M22 front, M23 rear. Bridgestones work that the smaller number is the front tire.

I like the M601/M602 combo if it's hard-rocky/intermediate.

Unless it's like a flat track type of dirt, or pure hard rock (a blue groove style), then the M601/M602 would work better than the M22/M23.

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I will have to add another option.

I like Maxxis IT's for the hard clay at Lake Elsinore. they stick real nice!! And then when some of the berms get a little soft the work just as nice!!

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