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Dunlop Geomax MX71 Hard Terrain Front Tire

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Dunlop Geomax MX71 Hard Terrain Front Tire - Details

The Dunlop Geomax MX71 Hard Terrain motocross tire incorporates a variety of innovative features to deliver optimum performance in hard pack/blue groove conditions as well as intermediate conditions.

  • Profile design with more tread volume (greater land/sea ratio) in the shoulders for excellent cornering grip
  • Directional front tire pattern for enhanced grip and cornering traction in hard-pack conditions
  • GEOmetric front tire shoulder block shape for increased cornering power, predictable slide control and breaking grip
  • Unique placement of "camber traction blocks" for optimum lean-angle traction and grip when exiting corners
  • Dunlop Geomax Reinforced Pattern (GRP) design for enhanced wear and resistance to tread block tearing
  • Recessed biting edges yield enhanced traction for greater grip throughout a wide range of terrain conditions
  • Variable spacing between center tread blocks for enhanced performance
  • Successor to the Dunlop D745 and D739
  • These dirt bike tires are M rated for speeds up to 81 mph
  • Not rated for street/highway use

Note: Rim sold separately.

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 70/100-17, 70/100-19, 80/100-21, 90/100-21.

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Dunlop Geomax MX71 Hard Terrain Front Tire - Reviews

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it's directional
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Bought this tire hoping to do better with it than the maxis desert IT on hard terrain This tire seems to corner well and transition well when it does break loose it seems predictable and really tries to hook up again down side it's directional and with only two rides on it it shows a lot more where than the Maxis did after 10 rides this tire is never going to last but does seem to corner well on the hard stuff with a layer of light dusty dirt on top. Not to sure if it will be worth the money yet? I think I was spoiled with tire life with that maxis but I guess that what happens with a KX 500 and full throttle conditions it's going to spin!!!
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