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2006 Kawasaki KLX250S

Artrax 125/250F Tire Combo

Retail: $129.99
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OEM Stock Sizes for a 2006 Kawasaki KLX250S
Front Tire: 3.00x21 Rear Tire: 4.60x18
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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 Artrax 125/250F Tire Combo includes ONE Front and ONE Rear Artrax tire in your choice of model with the following features:

The 125/250F 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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Location: Mount Pleasant, SC, USA
Good Priced Tires, Perform Well

I road my bike for the first time this past weekend after having these installed and they road well. Haven't had them on long enough to be able to say how durable they are, but thus far happy with how they hook-up. They are at a great price point so no complaints!

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Verified Purchaser
Location: GA
Good Budget Tire

The tire seems to work well...Dont know about durability since it is new...hard to beat the price.

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Top 250 Contributor
Location: Startown, Newton, NC 28658, USA
Really tough!

Really tough to get on! But looks good

Back tire
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Verified Purchaser
Location: Somerset, KY
Good Tires, for a good price

Good looking set of tires, for a great price!, haven't had them long enough to say on Durability, but at the price I got them for, it won't really matter, I'd buy another set for sure.

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Verified Purchaser
Awesome value

Can't beat the combo for the price

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Alabama, USA
Great Tires

Best tires on the market for the price period!

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Location: Connecticut
ARTRAX TG4 - Great Tires for the $$$

Purchased (2) sets of Artrax tires for my TTR's. Average install. Surprisingly good feel from the front. Rear tire hooks up very well. Great value!

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Knoxville, TN, USA
Great tire for the price

As with other posts we did have trouble getting the tires to bead. The secret was to blow it up to about 120psi and really soap the bead. Tires wear great and I would definitely buy again.

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Texas, USA
Great tire

these are the first tires i have put on my sons bike that he has never complained about! he liked them from the get go. turned my friends on to these tires and the also like them. not bad to mount if you lube the beads of them with soapy water.

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Verified Purchaser
Good tires, good price

Easy to install. Handles great.

Artrax 125/250F Tire Combo
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hallre 3 months 27 days ago Location: Tallahassee, FL, USA
What size tubes should i get for thies tires 90/100-21 and 100/90-19?
i need to replace the stock tubes witch will not fit with my new tires.
3 months 27 days ago Location: Texas, USA
80/90-21 and 100/90-19
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 27 days ago
Your tube size would match (or be close to) your tire size. Standard front tubes will usually be listed as 80/100-21, but will work in a 90/100-21 tire as well. The rear tube would be listed as a 100/90-19 tube.
Fastwillie Over 4 years ago
Purchased Artrax 125/250F combo. Bead on front tire will not set, what do I do?
Top 500 Contributor
Over 4 years ago Location: Austin, TX
1. Mix up a little dish soap and water solution in a spray bottle 2. Let the air out of the tire 3. Depress the tire from the bead and liberally spray the solution between the rim and tire bead. You don't have to drench it but get it wet. 4. Air up the tire again. You may have to put 30-40psi in the tire initially to get it to seat. 5. Once the tire is set, take a dry rag and wipe any excess solution from the tire/rim and let it air dry for 10-15min. 6. Set the air pressure. I use 12-14psi depending on riding conditions.
Over 3 years ago Location: North Carolina
try pumping it up to about 8 or 10 pounds then bounce it on the ground a few times then spin the wheel a bit then do it a gain and do that about 4or 5 times then try pumping it up a bit more, i do that when i set the bead for any tire and it works for me..
1 year ago Location: Spotsylvania, VA, USA
I always use a good amount of soap and water to lubricate the tire just before I air it up. I mix dawn concentrated dish washing detergent with equal portions of water and spray it around both sides of the tire ensuring it is thoroughly lubricated. Then I watch the bead as I inflate the tire. Sometimes you may need to over inflate the tire to get the bead to completely seat, but I never have to go too much higher. Be careful not to over inflate too much... If this doesn't work check your rim for imperfections that could be causing the tire to hang up on it while it's inflating. You may find a problem there.
Top 1000 Contributor
James17 Over 4 years ago Location: west virginia
Why cant i get the se3 rear in the 125/250 combo in a 100/90-19?
it only lists tg4 2 times and sx1
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Tualatin
because unfortunately the se3 is only available in a 18" rear at this time
nicj Over 5 years ago
How come they wont work on 450's?
there the right size
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Por+land
The bike filter sometimes filters out some of the sizes. Try clearing your ride selector and trying it again.
1 year ago Location: Spotsylvania, VA, USA
The tires on the 450 are larger than the 125/250. You'll need the extra width to harness the power of the 450. You could probably use the same size front tire on all of the bikes, but definitely go up the extra size on the rear.
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