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Bridgestone M604 Rear Tire

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Bridgestone M604 Rear Tire

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  • Please note: Tire sizes vary by ride, please check your current tire and wheel sizes before placing the order. If you have any questions, please call Customer Service at 1-888-676-8853.
  • Has a redesigned broad range Supercross proven tread pattern which cuts through loose terrain to find traction and grip on a firm base.
  • Improved grip and traction adapts to the high power and torque of the current four-stroke machines.
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Location: Athens, Ga
Bridgestone M604

I really like this tire as it's predictable on most surfaces. Works very well in hard pack conditions. I used to be a faithful M22-23 user but this is my new favorite.

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Location: Iowa
Great tire

i have a lot of hard packed tracks i ride on and i had trouble with my tires getting tore up right away until some of my friends bought this tire and i noticed how well it did in sand and mud as well as hard packed terrain. I picked one up and it is a lot more aggressive than the picture shows and it also lasts a long time. this is my favorite tire

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Top 500 Contributor
Location: Fort Mill, SC
Buy these for hard pack north east tracks!

The local practice track near me is so hard packed it will leave a blue groove after a long weekend of riders. I have tried so many different tires for this place it's sad to think about. Finally I tried these and after three weekends, they are holding up great. The edges are still sharp, even with heavy breaking and hard acceleration. The rear is starting to show a little bit of wear in the center, but you have to look very close.

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Location: Buffalo
I Love these Tires

I recently pick these tires up from my local shop, and put them on my self. i went riding the next day and its was quite muddy... me and my friend were drag racing and the tires just gripped so nice i was doin wheelies as my friend was struggling to keep straight... There wide and corners are great hardly any slippage depending on you roll of the gas.. stick right to the ground as there are glued... GO PICK SOME UP AND TRY THEM YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!!

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Location: WOrcester, MA
Good Hard Pack Not so good in loose

I ride in New England with a variety of surfaces most Hard pack roots and some loose gravel and sand.. I have had 4 runs on it now, and I got the matching 603 for the front as well. I am Novice intermediate rider on a 2005 WR450 (loads torque) – The front tire is WAY better than stock Dunlop -- The 604 hooks HARD, in hard pack but has be spinning like crazy in loose or soft trail cover.. 5th gear I was blasting the guy behind me, but I was still in front ;) – I did tear the side wall second run out which I have never done before not sure what caused it.. I would probably try a bit softer compound next time out.. If you are on ALL hard Pack I would say go for it, if you have a mix this is not the tire for you..

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supermoto917 Location: Alameda , CA
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nickredrider59 Over 4 years ago Location: Kingston, WA
Will this tire still fit on a CRF250R rear rim, i know it might rubb a little bit due to the twin pipes i just forget what number means the width?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland
This tire will only fit on an 18" rim, designed for the "X" model. The first number is the width.
supermoto917 Over 5 years ago Location: Alameda , CA
Dual Tire Compound?
Was wondering if this news tire replacing the M601 M602 is a DTC tire. Was also wondering if that was the case with the M403 M404.. thnaks in advance
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago
Actually, no. Bridgestone's new M603 & M604 tires are just single compound tires, where as the M601 & M602 tires utilize their DTC (Dual Tread Compound) design. This is also the case with their newer M403 & M404 tires (they aren't DTC tires either)..... For more detailed information on specific tires, I'd recommend visiting Bridgestone's website: http://www.motorcycle-karttires.com/index.aspx
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