The soil in Kentucky is primarily clay. When the clay is wet, I have noticed that the stock Dunlop front tire on my WR450 gets blanketed with clay and doesn't clean out worth a damn. On the otherhand, fellow KTM riders with Michelin's on the front seem to self-clean much better. Does anyone have a recommendation for a new front tire in these conditions (wood trails and light x-cross)? The back tire seems okay, but the added weight (extra mud) and inability of the Dunlop front tire to clean itself out stinks and is becoming downright dangerous.