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1995 Kawasaki KLX650R

Artrax 250/450F Tire Combo

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OEM Stock Sizes for a 1995 Kawasaki KLX650R
Front Tire: 80/100x21 Rear Tire: 110/100x18
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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.

The MotoSport.com Artrax 250/450F Tire Combo includes ONE Front and ONE Rear Artrax tire in your choice of model with the following features:

The 250/450F Tire Combo from Artrax allows you to choose any front and rear combination of the following Artrax tire models. Get exactly what you need in size and features at prices that you will not be able to say no to.

Artrax MX-PRO Specifications:

  • Made for Soft / Intermediate terrain.
  • Artrax MX PRO tires offer excellent traction in ruts and flat corners.
  • Tread pattern offers great grip in all terrains and improves braking performance.
  • Durable tire compound.

Artrax TG4 Specifications:

  • Made for Soft / Intermediate terrain.
  • The front TG4 features T-style shoulder knobs that help put power down in the turns.
  • The TG4 rear tire features a cupped style tread pattern to increase straight line traction in soft to intermediate terrain.
  • A ribbed sub-tread on the TG4 tire gives additional traction and control when digging deep in soft sand and dirt.
  • Widely spaced knobs are utilized to prevent the buildup of dirt.
  • Stiff sidewall with 4-ply construction keeps the debris from puncturing the TG4 tire.

Artrax SE3 Specifications:

  • Built for Intermediate terrain.
  • The Artrax SE3 tire is an intermediate terrain tire with performance packed into every knob.
  • Constructed to be the toughest and most competitive enduro-style tire available from Artrax.
  • With a super stiff 4-ply construction, the Artrax is built to have maximum puncture resistance.
  • For the tire that will handle the most demanding riding conditions, the burly Artrax SE3 tire is the right choice to get the job done.

Artrax SX1 Specifications:

  • Made for Intermediate / Hard terrain.
  • The Artrax SX1 has been developed for use on intermediate to hard terrain and delivers the control for which you are looking.
  • The SX1 tire has ribbed sub-tread between the lugs to add control in soft conditions.
  • Shoulder knobs help you put power down in the turns.
  • The stiff sidewall with 4-ply construction resists punctures and helps absorb shock when going big.
  • Widely spaced knobs help to prevent the tire from getting completely packed with mud and dirt, thus providing great clean-out and excellent bite.

Artrax SX2 Specifications:

  • Designed for Soft terrain.
  • The Artrax SX2 tires offer excellent mud performance.
  • Lug spacing helps shed mud and build up for better cornering and braking.
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916Steve Location: Elk Grove, CA, USA
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Location: Farmington nm
Enduro tires

Great tire combo, we'll worth the price, five hours on them and still haven't rounded off the tread.... Happy with purchase

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Location: Wisconsin, USA
Great Tire for the Money

Great traction straight ahead and cornering. There are 10 hours on the tire and it is barely noticeable. Doesn't brake as well as others but can't really complain for price.

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Location: Meeker, CO 81641, USA
GOOD TIRE FOR THE MONEY

TIRES SEEM TO HOOK UP ON MULTIPLE TERAINS WELL AND INSTALL FAIRLY EASY

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Location: Glen Helen Raceway, CA
Pretty good

I popped 3 tubes in the front, it was super hard to mount and hard to bead. WHen on, they performed well and lasted a long time for sure.

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Location: Grafton, WV
Great tire, Great Price

I installed these tires on my 06 CRF450r, and after 12 hours of track time, the tires show minimal wear and aren't rounding off like most tires do in very dry conditions.

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Artrax tires

mounting was easy slipped right on no issues. i run the se 3 front and the mx pro rear woods riding and have no complaints about how they wear or traction the only down side to these tires is the knobbys arent as large as the name brands so you can only tread doctor them maybe once but a great practice tire cant go wrong with the price get two great practice tires for the price of one name brand tire

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Location: Yuma, AZ, USA
Did the job for me and still going!

I probably put 3 rocky 30 mile loops, and an OTB 100 mile D38 race and these guys still have all their knobs! Which surprised me. Out lasted my maxxis dezert so far and it seems to hook a little better. They are a little on the anorexic side but that hasn't sacrificed performance at all. In fact they make my 09 kx450 turn better. I did get the 110/90/19 though. But awesome tires and I would definitely recommend trying them for the price.

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Location: Elk Grove, CA, USA
OK tire

Hard to keep tire on ground. wants to get loose everywhere.Probably won't buy again. for the price, good for the beginner rider not trying to apply lots of throttle!

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Location: Lake Almanor, California, USA

3 good rides on the new tires.I live in rocky,nasty dirt.So far these tires handle and grab good.For the price for a set,these tires are worth the money.

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Se3 artrax tires

great tires hook up great in mud snow and on hill climbs down fall is hard to install

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skid Location: Lake Almanor
pnwrider Location: Oregon, USA
qualls825 Location: Eastern, KY, USA
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kevinl 1 month 21 days ago Location: essex mo
I have a 88 yz250 with a rear tire 5.00-18 what would be the best tire size to go with?
1 month 21 days ago
It depends on the terrain you're riding on. If it is a lot of rocks, sand, roots, mud, etc... I would run a 120/100 if it was a groomed track maybe a 100/80 or 110/90.
21 days ago
when shopping for tires the sizes will read 110 90 18 the first number is the tire width the second number is the tire hieght and the third is the rim size i would recomend a tire sized 110 100 18 for your bike
skid 2 months 4 days ago Location: Lake Almanor
I have a 2006 450X.my tire size is 110/100/18.the artrax SE3 only comes in 120/90/18.what is the different in size and will the artrax SE3 fit on bike?
2 months 3 days ago Location: Cumberland city
The difference is the tire you get will be a bit wider an just a bit shorter side walls. Chances are you will never notice the difference in size riding, but I prefer going with the shorter wider size especially on a 450. They will fit fine an hopefully give a little more traction. Hope this helps.
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 months 3 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
They are very close to the same size tire but with a bit different profile. The 120/90-18 is going to be 10mm wider but has a bit shorter sidewall height. The 120/90-18 will have a little bit rounder looking profile that the 110/100-18 but should work on your 450 no problem.
2 months 3 days ago Location: Big Bear Lake, CA, USA
It will fit fine. The artrax tires are a little smaller than other tire manufacturers sizing.
1 month 21 days ago
The 120's will be a little wider but they should fit. You may have to get a new tube.
Levi22tire 3 months 25 days ago
Have a 1985 honda xr350 do you sell the 17inch rear tire size in the combo?
I have a 1985 honda xr350 do you sell the 17inch rear tire
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 14 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately the Artrax Tire's are not available in 17". I would recommend looking at the Michelin T63 Tire Combo. There is a 130/80-17 rear tire that would work for your bike in that combo.
pnwrider Over 5 months ago Location: Oregon, USA
Which ones for pnw?
I ride trails only. Rooted, rocky, slick clay mud/hard pack, loamy mud/dirt, and dessert. Which tires do you recommend that also have good longevity?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago
For your type of riding, the SE3 would be a good choice, but is a stiffer compound. The SX1 is a great tire with not quite as stiff of a compound. Both have longer wear times than the softer compound Artrax tires.
Brian Over 6 months ago
Sizes?
In the SE3, which sizes are closest to a 3.00 21 frt and a 4.60 18 rear?
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The 80/100-21 would be the correct front size and 120/90-18 would be the correct size for the rear.
MXDork Over 6 months ago Location: Southern California
Which model of the artrax tires is basically a dunlop 756 knock off?
i know a guy who is running some artrax tires and he said you guys at motosport told him they were basically 756 replicas. I dont recall what model he was using though.
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The MXPRO is the tire that is a similar pattern to the old D756.
qualls825 Over 7 months ago Location: Eastern, KY, USA
Witch tire hooks up better for motocross?
I like the sx1 and the mx pro! the way they look & what i've read, I want it to corner good but not wear out in 10 rides! witch is a better tire all around I ride in a more hard pack and race in little soft stuff plus hard mixs live in KY btw if that helps. I've run the m404 & m204 bridgestone like them alot.. just a good all around tire front and back is what i'm looking for ?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The MX Pro will be your best choice, it is an intermediate tire very similar to what the Bridgestones are set up for that you referenced.
WMRRA13 1 year ago Location: Seattle, WA, USA
How does the sizing of the SX2 compare to Michelin S12? Is the 110/100 - 18 Similar to the Michelin S-12 in 130/80-18? Thanks!?
MotoSport Staff
1 year ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes this would be considered similar in sizing when comparing to the Michelin S12.
mx450 Over 4 years ago
Any advise?
trying to seat the front tire. wow just doesnt seem to go and i have had more air in the tube than i am comfortable with. any tips for this
Over 4 years ago Location: San Gabriel Ca.
Mix a little water with soap , and it will help it go on or watch this vid http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw0B2gIwbBg
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Over 4 years ago Location: Princeton, IN
Put about 10 psi in it, shoot soapy water in the beed, then bounce the tire up and down rotating it. Then pump it up big time. 75 psi should pop it on the beed then let her back down to 12 and you are set.
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CRFSean Over 4 years ago Location: Sacramento, CA.
Why are there no 110-19 rears in SE3 style?
120 is too big IMO for track use and a lot of bikes run the 19 inch rear. I tried the SX1 and liked it, but I want a tire that lasts a little longer.
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: NW
We have added a 110/90-19 in the SE3. They are due in Dec. 09'.
Over 12 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Hi CRF Sean! The SE3 is very skinny. I put the 120/90/18 on my CRF 450x, replacing a 110/100/18 D756. The SE3 is exactly the same width across as the 100/100/18 Kenda on my wife's 250! Looks like a 125 tire but work amazingly well! Does feel a little taller than the Dunlop. Hope this helps!
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