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  1. This is a question that gets asked often but there's never really been a comprehensive reference for the info. The info here applies to hubs from any YZ model used in a YZ400/426/450. Thanks to Bob Russell at RTR Precision Wheel Lacing for helping collect this. Here's how it works out: Front Wheels: The front hub is the same from 1997 to 2001. Uses 20mm bearings. It can be identified by the four cast reinforcement ribs running across the hub. 2002 and up use the same hub. This hub also uses 20mm bearings. It is smooth across the center, with no ribs, and has a larger diameter at that point. Early Front hubs can be used on 2002 and up by using the 2001 spacers . 2002 hub can be used on earlier bikes by using 2002 and up spacers. This information applies to all YZ models from 125-450F. Rear Wheels: 1998 and earlier use the same rear hub, casting number 2VN00 on the hub. Uses 20mm bearings. These will not fit 1999 and later bikes because the axle is too small. 1999 and up use the same rear hub, casting number 5ET. Use 22mm bearings. Any of these can be used in any '99-'08 model by using the spacers from the year model bike the wheel will be used in. There are four different sets of these, each matching up with a change in the swing arm. You need two for each wheel. They're the same on both sides: 1999-2001 (5ET-25383-00-00) 2002 (5NY-25383-00-00) 2003-2005 (5UN-25383-00-00) 2006-2008 (5TJ-2530S-80-00) Rear wheels from 125's and 250F's have a 1.85" wide rim. All others have a 2.15" wide rims. Use the spacers that match the year of the bike the wheel will be fit to, and any '99 or later rear wheel will work on any '99 or later YZF. Some have asked about the fact that the drive side bearing and seal on the '06 up hubs are different than the brake side, or than the bearings on earlier hubs. The bearings are the same dimensions as the earlier hubs, however, and have no bearing (pun unintentional) on their interchangeability with other YZ rear wheels. Bearing info for '97-up front wheels, and '99-'08 rear wheels: Front - 6904-2RS - 20mm ID x 37mm OD x 9mm Right Rear - 60/22-2RS - 22mm ID x 44mm OD x 12mm Left Rear - 62/22-2RS - 22mm ID x 50mm OD x 14mm This information applies to rear wheels from YZ and WR models. YZ fronts will fit WR's, but will not drive the odometer, and YZ spacers must be used.
  2. 2 reviews

    The MOTOZ XTREME HYBRID tire is like a Mountain Hybrid, but with a more aggressive tread for extreme conditions, with serious straight line drive for those soft hill climbs and muddy bogs. It has traction characteristics of a trials tire, with the dimensions of a serious off-road enduro tire to maintain the bike’s handling characteristics. Climbs like a trials tire, but much better in mud, sand, and a wide variety of technical single track terrain. – Construction like a trials tire but with reinforced sidewalls to allow lower inflation pressure. – Flexible tread concave and lock system for increased traction. – Tread blocks with deep sypes for extra trials-like grip. – 100% Natural Rubber for durability and long wear life. – DOT and reversible.
  3. Is this maybe like a 216x gummy that i use now? Trying to get some feedback to see if anyone knows about this tire...I guess its fairly new?
  4. Has anyone used this TUbliss Tubeless Core Tire System? http://nuetech.com/tubliss/#performance I wondering how good this could be. Here is a U-Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUpqm8O6kOc
  5. Anything related to Motoz tires.
  6. I know there's a couple threads going on extreme enduro front and rear tires, but in looking for specific feedback on the wide array of tires used for offroad riding and the conditions around the country (and world), it's spotty info at best around here. Let's change that. Post up your bike, type of riding/conditions, and tires that work well or not well for you...like so? 2003 YZ295 in upper midwest Harescrambles, enduro, general trail riding. We have lots of good loamy black dirt, littered with rocks and roots. Tight, forested trails. Some sand. Always some muddy spots. Rarely dust and silt. Race courses usually get very rutted and gnarly due to the soft dirt. One go-to weapon around here is Michelin S12. Works great in most of our trail conditions. I've run them, great in bad conditions. Decent in sand. What I don't like is the behavior in off-road racing - hit the grass and hardpack sections and they really seem to give up traction without warning. Doesn't seem to be great for Harescramble, GP, etc. Other tires I've ridden lately: Dunlop MX32, now M3S? Great front, lots of feedback, but tore off knobs within a couple hours. Not acceptable at that price point. Kenda Millville - one of the worst, most vague-feeling fronts I've ever used, rear was barely livable. Terrible in sand for me. I've ridden the Millvilles AT Millville and hated them! Bridgestone X30 - good middle of the road tire for cheap. Didn't do anything great, nothing terrible. Decent wear. Artrax MX Pro - not bad for the price! Pretty durable, even ran in the mud fairly well at super low pressure. Am currently contemplating various Pirellis, or the Washougal DC. My previous Kenda experience keeps me hesitant on the Washougal. Please share what you got...thanks!
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    DETAILS Change the look of your motorcycle by adding colored Tusk Spoke Sleeves to your wheels. Constructed of a polyurethane plastic with a smooth slit for easy installation. Each sleeve wraps around the entire spoke to also protect against most impacts. The sleeves are sold in a kit for a front and rear wheelset for up to 21" fronts and 19" rears. They can easily be trimmed to fit any wheel smaller in size. A kit includes 72 spoke covers to complete both wheels. Think Tusk for all of your motorcycle, ATV, and UTV parts and accessories. Colored spoke sleeves that fit securely around motorcycle wheel spokes. Sold in a kit of 72 sleeves to cover both wheels. Sleeves fit any spoked off-road motorcycle wheel up to 21" in diameter. Easy, no tool installation. Offered in red, blue, green, black, white, and orange.
  8. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Billed as a 50/50 dual sport tire, the Michelin T63 is nonetheless a worthy choice for the rider who primarily spends the majority of their time off road. Inspired by the Dakar winning Michelin Desert, the T63 features large burly knobs that grip in rocks, gravel and rough soft dirt. Additionally, you’ll be hard pressed to see any chunking here with the strong reinforced carcass construction. Tread pattern derived from Michelins highly successful Desert tires, for exceptional traction off road Excellent stability and durability High level of grip on the road Reinforced knobs resist tearing and abrasion on asphalt “S” speed rated for highway use
  9. 1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The most versatile hypersport tyre for road and track use. A high performance tyre on the road and perfect for on-track sessions. Profile and structure make it a reference point in the segment thanks to the excellent support ensured in inclination and rapid realignment coming out of bends. Made with the most modern EPT design technologies developed in the WSBK, and thanks to multi-compound composition with three zones at the rear capable of optimising the area of contact, ensures the maximum grip on road and racetrack. Maximum performance on the racetrack and great reactivity on the road for incredible control of the bike in all situations. A tread with an aggressive pattern in line with the Rosso style.
  10. I was just wondering what tire brands and exact models of tires that the top guys use when they win these races... Erzberg, The Tough one, Hells Gate, Romaniacs etc.. Extreme Lagares and others. I'm more interested in the tires used in muddy slippery stuff . I haven't seen which tires are used exactly. I have a tough race coming up and it's probably going to be wet slippery and brutal and maybe I'll try something else if it works better. I'm going to need all the help I can.
  11. 1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The Motoz Tractionator Enduro S/T dirt bike tire is the best of both worlds. Aggressive motocross grip with robust enduro construction. The rear tire is reversible for Soft/Wet or Soft/Dry giving a more tailored traction profile for mud or sand/loam. Weight has been reduced to the max without lowering puncture strength. It is the closest thing to outright MX competition traction with enduro worthy carcass and sidewalls. Made from a hybrid natural rubber/synthetic compound Heavy duty case construction with a dense weave ply cord so greater strength and higher ply rating is achieved with less ply layers Constructed with thicker side walls for maximum strength Sidewalls and rim area are specially designed to protect the rim, but also to minimize pinch flats Vertical reinforcement section between the sidewall layers for greater sidewall strength Carcass is protected by a thick layer of rubber under the tread and around the sidewalls to help minimize punctures Rubber cushion zone allows a small amount of flex under the tread blocks to aid reflex traction and reduce chunk off, increasing tire life and acting as a heat sink to help cool the tire in extreme conditions Tread design gives rider a choice for slightly better grip in their local conditions, whether mostly wet (mud), or mostly dry (loam and sand) The difference in hook up, braking and deceleration into muddy corners can be as much as 10-15%, depending on conditions In varied or mixed conditions, best traction is achieved when a new tire is mounted in wet rotation, and changed to dry rotation half way through tire life Changing rotation isn't essential, but appeals to budget conscious riders who seek maximum wear life Terrapactor tread block design and placement helps compact, compress or wedge the terrain creating extra traction, drive and lift This unique concept coupled with the use of superior rubber quality works to lessen the impact on the terrain and provide extra traction Crown Radius Section specifically matched to the application Specifically designed for quick fitting and reduced service times Aggressive motocross style grip with heavy duty enduro construction Designed to handle serious mud to forest conditions Gives riders a consistent tire feel and behavior when switching between the Motoz Tractionator Enduro I/T and the S/T This motorcycle tire is tube-type These dirt bike tires are R rated for speeds up to 106 mph DOT approved and ECER75 homologation
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    SPECIFICATIONS Brand: E-Z Tire Beads Item Weight: 5 ounces Product Dimensions: 5 x 2 x 3 inches Item model number: TBKM2-2 Manufacturer Part Number: TBKM2-2 Folding: No Cover Included: Beads, Bottle, Tube, Valve core tool
  13. trail riding. nothing extreme. I recently picked up a 2002 cr250, very low hours. Has original Dunlops, manufactured in August 2001. the front tire has some cracks on a section of the left side wall, and three cracks on an area between the knobbies on the right side of the tire. The rear has no cracks at all. Knobbies on both tires still in excellent condition. front (Dunlop Sports K490G): rear (Dunlop Sports K695):
  14. 1 review

    Putting a paddle tire on your offroad vehicle for use in loose sand is one of the easiest things you can do to fully utilize your power in loose sand. It is a small investment to make, and is worth it even if you only visit the dunes every so often. Paddle tires, or sand tires, are strictly for use in very loose packed sand, such as wide dunes. Using them in areas with hard packed sand or dirt, or (worse yet) pavement, will shred the edges of your paddles within a matter of feet, seriously damaging their usefulness. Dunlop may or may not still makes these tires, as of right now they cannot be found online.
  15. Hey guys. I have a 2015 YZ125 and it's standing on a 5 gallon bucket. The rare tire is off the ground and the front tire is not completely off but I'm sure there isn't much weight on it.. How do I get both tires off the ground? Does it matter that the front tire is completely off or what?
  16. Anyone know what size rim locks does the stock wheel for 250L use? Is it dependent on the tire size or the rim size? I know, I know I didn't do my homework on it, just don't have time between work and training to look it up.
  17. Hey guys, Looking for a new rear tire on my Yamaha ttr-125l. I'll be on power line trails a lot so grass and gravel. Wondering what tires will wear best when also used on the road?
  18. Im looking into getting some studs for some new tires for ice/snow riding. Im planning on putting them in myself. I would by tires with studs already in them but they cots so much more. So my question is how many studs do i need for each tire and how long should they be. Also there are so many studs on the market, how do you know which ones to get? Thanks
  19. OK...so My rear wheel bearings and spacers are ruined after the end of each season...I mean REALLY ruined. To be fair...quite a bit of mud and very muddy water....some of it pretty deep. Its not unusual to be in muddy water up over the rear axle on 60% or so of rides. But on the other hand, only put on 40 or so hours a season (sadly). I follow installation directions (Slavens video) and other videos meticulously...AND I pack extra grease into the bearings and the seals before installation. I hose down/rinse the bike thoroughly after every ride...no power washer. Need to replace spacers, bearings and seals again...any recommendations??...especially from anyone who rides in a lot of mud and/or deep muddy water. I see Pivot Works has a set with an additional o-ring to help keep that junk out...any thoughts on that? Thanks Things kinda look like this...by the end of the season
  20. http://dirtbiketest.com/product-tests/shinko-505-hybrid-cheater/#disqus_thread Anybody try this tire?
  21. I am looking to buy new tires for my KTM 300. Riding conditions are mostly hard packed dirt/ rocky with occasional mud (California trails). I want the best all around tire and have narrowed my choice down to the "Pirelli MT16" for the rear. My two size choices are 110/100 18 and 120/100 18. What size would work best for my riding conditions? Also what I need some recommendations for the front tire.
  22. Just had a nice crash on mx track while passing sandy whoops. First one thrown me off and in the air, I thought I saved it and then I hit the face of second whoop at angle with front wheel. Front suspension compressed violently pushing my torso to the handlebars. Thanks to working out on my push-ups recently I was able to withstand the pressure and bounce of the bike. Otherwise I'd have my handle bars controls imprinted on my chest My arms and chest muscles are aching now though. So, do your push-ups
  23. 1 review

    Size available: Front size: 90/90/21 - 80/100/21 Rear size: 140/80/18 - 120/90/18 Technical data Front Weight: 940 gr. Rear Weight: 1620 gr. (140/80/18) 1400 gr. (120/90/18) Front pressure: 0,7 / 0,8 bar Rear pressure: 0,6 / 0,7 bar INFORMATION • Technomousse doesn’t break or get cut and has no due date. • The materials used are totally innovative and different from the products of other brands. • The degree of hardness of the mousse varies depending on its use and temperature. • The mousse reaches its maximum elasticity after some minutes of use (the amount of minutes taken can vary depending on the exterior temperature). When at rest the mousse goes back to the original hardness. • After its use we recommend all the users to leave the bike at rest over a central bike stand for at least 45 minutes in order that the mousse gains back its original hardness. • We suggest users to use the tyre spinning stopper for the rear mousse. • The mousse are not homologated for public asphalt road use. The use it is prohibited in asphalt road, and the company don’t have a responsablity if you use in asphalt roads. • The TECHNOMOUSSE being made from a very elastic material, during its use it adapts and fills the entirely the space between the tyre and wheel. During the substitution of both the front and rear tyre you will find the mousse in a different final shape. After the substitution with a new tyre the mousse will again adapt to the new tyre.