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Darren_Santilli

MT320

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A friend of mine used one before nd was very happy with it. The only problem is that with the extra weight and horsepowre of 4-strokes, it chinked the treads off pretty quick.

Matt

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i ran one for 4 harescramble races on the back of my '98yz250 last year. it is still on the bike. looks in darn good shape too. works very well in sand/mud and the loose stuff.

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If your in soft then use the 755 or 756 Dunlop rear the 755 works best in sand and the 756 works good in loose dirt!

Garrett

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I get my kicks on a 2001' YZ426!

Friendswood, TX

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The 756 is very durable, the 755 chunks out a little more, but the tires are very similiar. I use a 755 frt and 756 rear. Works great in sand and very tough on hard pack.

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I have found that the MT 32 and the front MT 44 has been the ultimate set-up for soft to intermediate. Decent wear and no chunking, and incredible hook-up! I run the MT 16( I put an 18" wheel on my YZ) for rocks and that tire works even with the tread 3/4 gone! I ran dunlops forever, but will never go back after running Pirelli 's.

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