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2002 Kawasaki KLX300

Michelin 250 / 450F Starcross Tire Combo

Retail: $239.99
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OEM Stock Sizes for a 2002 Kawasaki KLX300
Front Tire: 80/100x21 Rear Tire: 100/100x18
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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.
  • MS3 - Soft / Intermediate Terrain.
  • MH3 - Intermediate / Hard Terrain.

For the M12 and S12 tires, the sizes are as follows:

  • 100/100-18 = Michelin size of 120/90/18.
  • 100/90-19 = Michelin size of 120/80-19.
  • 80/100-21 = Michelin size of 90/90-21.

Note: Please check your current tire size to ensure you are ordering the correct replacement size.

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Location: York, Pa
Michelin Tires are Top Notch

I have used quite a variety of tires over the years. Michelins hold up the best. The rear tire performs great. The front tire is light and corners fairly well. The front tire doesn't grip as well in a hard leaned over corner, but you would really have to be railing it. the rear tire grips great but is a little on the heavy side. I would recommend these and Bridgestones. You have to try both and see what works for you. The best combination I found is a Michelin in the rear and a bridgestone on the front.

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Location: Belleview, FL, USA
Great tire

switched to these few years ago and its all I will run now.

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Location: California, USA
A+

These Tires Work Well Everywhere. Not Great At One Thing Hit They Work In So Many Different Conditions It's Tough To Beat

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Location: Brentwood, NH, USA
Tires hook up well

The review would be higher but they are not the easiest to install. Sidewalls are quite stiff. That aside these things are rototillers. I had to stay way back from my son because I kept getting pelted. I have only 5 hrs in the trails and a day on the track so my durability is yet to be seen. I can say that I did have dunlops on both yz450s and the difference was night and day as far as traction and steering ability. The yz450 is noted to be tough to turn and this is a different bike with these tires. Does the yz still needs more help hes but the tires were a good start.

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Location: Colville, WA 99114, USA
Harescrambler's dream

I ride in all differant terrain and this tires shreades it all from rock to mud, mountain trails and sand it is a very durable long lasting tire that hooks up awsome the best thing is when your done riding half your tires not gone

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Location: Eaton Rapids MI
Best Tire You Can Install

These tires are awesome. They last much longer than the Dunlops. Bike hooks up sweet.

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Location: Adirondacks NY
Great tires

best price around. all around great tire. mud, sand, clay - they took it.

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Starcross MH3

Great tires. Wear well.

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Location: Raleigh, NC
Great Tires!!!!

Put these amazing tires on my CRF 450. These tires are great for anything,dirt, rocks, sand, and mud. They handle well, pretty easy installation, little pricey but they are well worth the price and will last a long time. I would recommend these tires to anyone and will probably purchase these again. CHECK OUT MY VIDEO TO SEE THE TIRES ON MY BIKE AND IN ACTION!!! thanks

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Location: binghamton, NY
Michelin MH3's

I have had the same set of these tires on my kx250 for over a year now, and i have absolutely no complaints, they still have more than half of the tread left on them and get great traction.

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Geoffy30 Location: Ohio, USA
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Geoffy30 Over 9 months ago Location: Ohio, USA
Road Riding?
Hello I was wondering what type of tires would be ok on the road. I do a lot of trail riding but some trails led to paved/ dirt roads
MotoSport Staff
Over 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This would really depend on how much road riding you intend to do. Anything that is intended specifically for off road use is going to wear quickly and will not handle properly on the road. The option you have here is to go with a dual sport tire or a DOT knobby that will work better on the road, but not work as well offroad. Honestly if you spend most of your time trail riding and only spend a small amount of time on the road, i would stick with an offroad specific set of tires and try to be as easy on the tires as you can while on the paved road. The loss of performance going to a tire that will work better on the road, will not be worth it if the you ride more offroad.
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AMainMaker Over 4 years ago
Best overall compound to get?
I do most my riding on trails and grass fields. I want to do a bit a track riding also but want a good overall tire to accomodate all my riding conditions. The grass fields are hard clay ground. Thanks
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Michelin makes the starcross ms3 intermediate tire for soft/medium type of terrain. They don't wear as fast as the Dunlop D756 but hooks up the same.
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