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KTM 300 rear tire sizes (what size rear tire do you run?)

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 in my wanderings I have seen 110/100-18  called out

as well as 120 and 130 and recently seen 140/80-18,,,

mine has a 5.10 kenda on it and the Michelin cross comp knobby that came with bike is a 130/80-18...

 

lets hear from 300 owners,,,

 

what size ya runnin???

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110/100-18 which is the stock size

FWIW I run motoz s/t enduro DOT tire

Edited by yu130960

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140 80 18, but its an S12, so really more like 120 90.

so the Michelin's are sized differently???

therefore my 130/80-10 cross comp is equal to a 110/100???

 

thanks for all the replies from 300 owners and

appreciate any and all input!!!

Edited by THUMPERRRR

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Depends what I'm riding. If it ever rains and we get traction I'll run a 130 m5b if it's dry I'll go with140 m5b . I will also run a trials tire, but can't go wrong w/ M5b

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Depends what I'm riding. If it ever rains and we get traction I'll run a 130 m5b if it's dry I'll go with140 m5b . I will also run a trials tire, but can't go wrong w/ M5b

 

 

You must be in SoCal. Here in NorCal the dirt is perfect from the rain/snow we get once a week.

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You must be in SoCal. Here in NorCal the dirt is perfect from the rain/snow we get once a week.

yes that is correct SoCal or drycal. Where are you in NorCal ?

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Would that be the old gold country? I've never ridden there , but went to a wedding around there and it looked like a lot of land/ hills.

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Would that be the old gold country? I've never ridden there , but went to a wedding around there and it looked like a lot of land/ hills.

 

Yep, lot's of riding if you know where to look. Hit me up if you ever want to ride up this way.

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Yep, lot's of riding if you know where to look. Hit me up if you ever want to ride up this way.

ill will do that. Also if you ever come south, let me know.

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