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1993 Kawasaki KLX650R

Dunlop 250 / 450F Tire Combo

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OEM Stock Sizes for a 1993 Kawasaki KLX650R
Front Tire: 80/100x21 Rear Tire: 110/100x18
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Product Description

  • 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.

The Dunlop® Geomax® Rebate: From January 1st through April 30th, 2014, receive a mail-in rebate of up to $50 with the purchase of up to FOUR eligible Dunlop® Geomax® Tires (MX31™, MX51FA™, and MX51™)! With the purchase of 3 or 4 eligible Dunlop® Geomax® Tires, also receive a set of 2 "Dunlop" tire stickers per tire. *For additional details, terms and conditions, please see linked Dunlop Geomax Rebate Card.

The MotoSport.com Dunlop 250 / 450F Tire Combo includes one Front and one Rear Dunlop Geomax MX31, MX51, or MX71 Tire with the following features:

Dunlop Geomax MX31:

The Geomax MX31 carries a wealth of innovative features that allow the tire to dig down deep for extra traction in sand and mud, resulting in tenacious grip across a wide range of soft-terrain conditions.

  • The Geomax MX31 features Dunlop's patented, tapered, "chiseled" shoulder-block shape. A taper in the block creates a smaller point on top that allows the knob to penetrate through the ground's soft surface layer and grab the firmer ground beneath to gain traction instead of floating on the surface.
  • Limited block surface creates a more open pattern for enhanced penetration in soft dirt / sand to contact harder ground for enhanced traction.
  • Chiseled shoulder-block shape helps improve side traction and makes traversing ruts easier.
  • Geomax Reinforced Pattern (GRP) design connects and reinforces the tread blocks for greater tread stiffness, while recessed design in the area between tread blocks helps give the tire superb compliance and ride comfort.
  • Knobs are placed in a unique linked shoulder-block design for better traction and grip in soft-to-intermediate riding conditions.

Dunlop Geomax MX51:

Geomax MX51 helps deliver enhanced grip, added tread longevity and a wider range of terrain applications, reaching farther into hard-pack conditions.

  • Profile design provides more tread volume (greater land / sea ratio) in the shoulders for excellent cornering grip and a more open center-tread area for straight-line grip.
  • Recessed biting edges in shoulder tread blocks yield enhanced traction for greater grip in corners and ruts throughout a wide range of terrain conditions.
  • Tie-bar design connects and reinforces the tread blocks for greater tread stiffness, yielding improved intermediate-to-hard terrain performance.
  • Recessed design in the area between tread blocks gives the tire improved compliance for enhanced ride comfort.
  • Knobs are placed in a unique "cross-stitch" shoulder-block distribution for enhanced traction and grip in intermediate-to-hard riding conditions.
  • Larger-radius tread block base for strength and enhanced tread longevity.

Dunlop Geomax MX71:

The Geomax MX71 incorporates innovative features to help deliver optimum performance in hard-pack / blue-groove conditions while also crossing over well into intermediate terrain conditions.

  • Profile design features more tread volume (greater land / sea ratio) in the shoulders for enhanced cornering grip.
  • Directional front tire pattern and geometric shoulder-block shape for enhanced braking grip and cornering traction, and enhanced slide control.
  • Directional and asymmetric rear tire pattern plus "Double Tornado Wave" rear tire block distribution for optimum traction and braking ability.
  • 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.
  • Variable spacing between center tread blocks for enhanced performance.
  • Recessed biting edges yield enhanced traction for greater grip throughout a wide range of terrain conditions.
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OSURACER205 Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
Great tire.
Redwood Location: Pozo, California
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Location: Budds Creek
MX51 tires are awesome!

Great Dunlops as always!!! These Intermediate terrain MX51's are being replaced by MX52's soon that are Intermediate to Hard Terrain now!! Can't wait for them to be available in Spring 2014. Love Dunlop MX tires, they actually invented the MX tire!! Greg

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Great Tire Deal

Screaming deal I thought, until my nephew's found out I had a couple sets of tires laying around....they're gone, but at least I know my nephew's are on good tires. When's the next sale??

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Location: Sanilac County, MI, USA
Can't go wrong with these tires!

Great tires!! This is my second set of mx 51 tires they seem to work well in many soil conditions.

Early spring Gladwin Michigan trail ride 2013
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Sweet tires

Hook up inside lines and sweeper turns these tires are sick. Imma order another set

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Verified Purchaser Top 250 Contributor
Location: Oklahoma City, OK, USA
Ok Tire setup

Tires are OK at best, I expected more. They seem to wear pretty good, but my next set I'm going back to michelins or trying the new MX32 pattern. I ride mostly intermediate dirt, loose on top and hard packed below. I may have the wrong tire for the soil too, who knows. Overall I wasn't impressed with this set.

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Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
MX 51 on YZ 450

The MX 51 is worth every penny. I ride in Georgia and they work great out here is this clay. You can ride confidently knowing what the tire will do in every terrain. The corners may round a little quicker than other brands but they still provide superior traction after they have rounded. If you want a cheap tire buy a cheap tire. If you want a great tire spend the little bit more and get the best tire out there.

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Location: central illinois. north east wyoming
Great kicks

Bought the mx 51s to replace the factory kicks on my kx450f and so far they are out performing the factory. Dont get much rideing in right now because of snow but even on snow pack thies things tare it up

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Location: Pozo, California
Tire review

Great tire. Minimal chunking in hard (rock) terrain. Bring your wallet.

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Location: Los Alamos, New Nexico
MX71 Dunlop Pair

The MX71 Dunlop pair is a nice way to simplify buying tires, and in this case, Dunlop offered a $50 rebate, so very economical as well. The MX71's are a test on a KTM 500EXC used to ride about 1 mile to work on hardtop, and for hardpack/sand/tuft/lava rock trails in New Mexico with an occasional WEBE race and ride on MX tracks. The tires seem very good compared to the Maxxis EnduroCross tires I've been running. The MX71's don't have the "skittery" feel that the Maxxis tiers exhibit when the knobs have sharp new corners. The overall wear characterstics are unknown, but the first few rides on the tuft/lava rock didn't shred the knobs off, so this is a good sign. Relative to the MX51's I run on my YZ450, the overall feel on the dirt is very similar.

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Great Tires

I mainly race motocross, picked a set of the MX51's up and have loved them. They hook up great!

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ronnie Location: Kansas City, MO, USA
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Martin60 8 days 12 hours ago
Tire difference??? MX51 and MX51 FA?
My friend just bought a combo of MX51 FA for his ktm 500exc and I love them. I want to buy them for my ktm 450exc. But I can't see to find them. Why do his say FA and these just say MX51???
Expert MotoSport Staff
7 days 18 hours ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Only the Front MX51 tire would have the "FA" on it. It is actually the updated / light weight version of the original MX51 "F" (F=Front). The front tire in this combo would be the MX51 "FA" even tho we only list them as MX51 (all current MX51 fronts will be "FA" tires).
ronnie 2 months 19 days ago Location: Kansas City, MO, USA
Will these fit my 73 honda cr250m?
Front. Tire size is 300x21. rear tire is 400x18. what do you have that will fit? Thank you for your time Ron covell. Kc,mo
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 months 2 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, All of the tires in this combo would work for your 1973 Honda CR250. The Metric sizing conversion for your OEM tire sizes would be 80/100-21 in the front and 110/100-18 in the rear.
tombomb2823 4 months 12 days ago
MX51 or D952?
I need tires that can take on a very broad range of terrain condition. I race in hare scrambles in Georgia where the terrain can go from hard packed clay to loose sand in a couple feet not to mention the very realistic chance of mud races. I also like to go to a local mx track that is almost entirely blue groove, feels like im riding on asphalt almost. Seeing as how im on a budget and can really only afford one set of tires, which tire would be the best?
4 months 12 days ago Location: Metro Detroit
While the D 952 is a good tire, I have found the MX 51 to work better in a wide variety of mixed terrain. I have used the MX 51 in Stadium SX, AX, and MX. The terrain varied from Hard Pack to Sandy conditions. The MX 51 also lasts a long time while still providing excellent traction.
MotoSport Staff
4 months 11 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The MX51 is a great intermediate terrain tire and would be a great choice for the type of riding you are doing. The other tires i would recommend and personally use are the Bridgestone 403/404 combo. This is another intermediate terrain tire and works great on a variety of surfaces.
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CRFSean Over 4 years ago Location: Sacramento, CA.
Description for MX31 & MX51?
Could you please add descriptions for the MX31 & MX51 for those of us who do not know the difference between the two. Thanks.
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
If you pull the tires up individually they all have descriptions. We condense the information of the tires to what type of terrain best fits the it when your ordering a combo.
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1 year ago Location: adams Tn
31-soft mud 51-intermediate 71- rocks and hard pack
Tommybutter Over 5 years ago Location: Santa Barbara Ca
Best rear tire for sand, besides paddle?
Hello, I have a XR400R and looking for the best rear tire for sand, but I do not want a paddle at this point. any advise would be great, thanks
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago
Well, it sounds like you'd be best off with a D773 rear (great in the sand and mud).
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