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2005 Yamaha WR250F

Bridgestone M404 Rear Tire - 100/100-18

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OEM Stock Sizes for a 2005 Yamaha WR250F
Front Tire: 80/100x21 Rear Tire: 100/100x18
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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 Bridgestone M404 tire is trusted by the most affluent motocross racers like James Stewart that are able to push their bikes to the limit thanks to these newly designed tires.
  • Bridgestone gives corner confidence with the M404 rear tire that features an upgraded tread design to provide better slide control when exiting the corner, allowing more throttle.
  • The M404 rear tire is Bridgestone's most versatile tire thanks to their combination of better rubber compound and tread pattern.
  • A fresh fine-tuned casing construction on the Bridgestone M404 rear tire increases the durability.
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Location: York, Pa
Bridgestone Tires

I have went through a lot of tires in the past few years. The Bridgestones are one of the best overall. The Michelins hold up the best. The bridgestones corner well and grip well, just wish they would last a little longer.

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It is a really good tire

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Save some cash and find a different tire

Not a good tire if you want it to last more than 25 hours. Plus in my experience this tire doesn't bite well either.

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Best tire on the market

The 404 and 403's are some of the best tires on the market. They wear very well and give you a planted feel with your front tire.

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Top 50 Contributor
Location: Clarksville, TN, USA
Awesome Tire!

I was holding out on my last 756 but it was starting to break loose easily and on the verge of chunking so I mounted this one up. This tire is great! I have ridden it in sand, loamy ripped soil and hard pack. Great traction pretty much everywhere. Surprised at how well it handles transitions from loose to hard pack sections with good predictability. Definitely gives confidence in sections where i am usually worried about the back end coming around after breaking loose on a sweeper leading into a jump.

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Location: Concord, NC, USA
Brigdestone 404 MX rear tire

This is a great tire for medium to hard packed dirt, I didn't realize just how bad my current tire was till I put this tire on and did some riding. The Bridgestone 404 is on the top of my list for rear tires from now on.

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Location: California, USA
Excellent tire

This is one of the top rated moto tires. After trying one, now I know why... Honestly, I was surprised that I could actually tell the difference from other tires I have tried. I ride off road trails In mixed conditions, mainly dry and rocky (California) and this tire simply hooks up!

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Location: Madison, AL, USA
2005 CRF250R - Got Hooked Up!

Wow, this tire is a must if you hare scramble. I would say it is equal to the MX51 as well. I have run this tire for almost a year and when it gets sloppy, this thing is still pulling hard. Rocky hill climbs are treaturous for those behind you! It finds grip and slings rocks. On hard pack it may feel a little squirly because of the tall knobs, just get it back in med dirt and hit it.

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Location: Denver, CO
My choice!

This tire is my choice for sure! It lasts the longest and hooks up the best. No matter if I ride track on hardback, mud or just cruizing thru trails and rocks. This tire is great!

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Great tire

Hooks up great, Last as long as any other tire on a 450. Great price!

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Zachman969 Location: Fremont, CA, USA
250Frider05 Location: Newnan, Ga
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YamaHam Over 7 months ago
How do i know what tires are for what terrain? maybe im missing something thanks?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
In Bridgestone tires, the 203/204 are for soft terrain(sand/mud), the 403/404's are for intermediate, and the 603/604 are for hardpack. Typically the 403/404 combo is the ideal choice because it works well over a variety of different terrains.
Zachman969 Over 10 months ago Location: Fremont, CA, USA
YZ250 better tire?
I ride in hard terrain when its winter and sandy when the summer hits. i was wondering if this would be the tire for me and/or what tire i should consider before buying. I have tried IRC M5B tires and they are great but they are used up within 5 rides.
MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This tire is an awesome tire. Myself and couple of other guys here use these tires exclusively on our bikes. It hooks up well in almost all conditions and wears really good. I much prefer it to some of the other intermediate tires out there such as the MX51's and the Michelin Star crosses. If you are looking to match up front tires also, the M203 works a little better in the soft stuff and the the M403 is better for the intermediate and hard.
JB77 Over 3 years ago
This tire for a 250f.?
Would the traction be much better with this tire than a 100/90/19? Also, will it fit easily on a 250f rim?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
yes it would fit just fine and yes it would get you more traction
250Frider05 Over 4 years ago Location: Newnan, Ga
No 110/90-19 for Honda 250f?
How come this site says the Bridgestone 110/90-19 does not fit a 2005 Honda CRF250F when the stock size is a 110/90-19?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Tualatin
the stock tire on that bike is a 100/90-19, that's why it's coming up as not fitting. If you would like to go up to the 110/90-19 all you need to do is profile your bike as a 450 or 250 2 stroke. Or just give us a call and we set you up over the phone...
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