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Not all of us get the buddy deal. $59 for Michelins is a really good price. I want to try something different. I'm gonna give these Pirellis a try.

Well, I pay a few $$ ($63) more but not enough to warrant a change. Surely there has to be a local guy in the parts and service business you can make friends with. If not, ride what is familar and comfortable to you that you can get a decent deal on, which is what it seems you have done. :crazy:

A lot of these local parts guys either race or attend the local moto's and hare scrambles, check around...

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Not all of us get the buddy deal. $59 for Michelins is a really good price. I want to try something different. I'm gonna give these Pirellis a try.

You will love them ! I sure do.

Dwight

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Hey,

Ran 15psi in the Dunlop 742 (fron tire) this weekend, and they acted a lot better! Stiffened up the wishy washyness of the tire. Still waiting on the Pirellis!!!

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Looking for tire recommendations for my '98 XR600R. Ride in Northern Michigan, sand, loose dirt, some pavement to get from the house to the trails. Would like to get a tire that handles it all and lasts.

Thanks!

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Try the new Dunlop 756 rear and front, I have them on my KTM 625 sxc and did a 260 km ride in beach and coastal tracks, they really wore well considering I run a 49t rear sprocket. Or try the pirelli laguna cross they are the best thing for big bore 4 stokes....

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