Dunlop Geomax MX71 Rear Tire

$136.99
$59.77 (56% off)
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Dunlop Geomax MX71 Rear Tire
Dunlop Geomax MX71 Rear Tire
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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 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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mxpilot424
Good tires

I can used a lot of tires over the last 10 years and I keep coming back to Dunlop. These hook up really well on hard pack and intermediate terrain and maintain decent tread life.

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Location: Ogden, UT
Kawirider
Great tire.

It took a little longer to get the tire than I expected but I really like it.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Portland, OR, USA
motoparty
Fantastic tire, great deal.

Fantastic tire, great deal.

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Location: Albuquerque nm
Dirt2015
Mx 71 tire

Really good tore.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Farmington, NM, USA
ridered
Geomax MX71

Good all around tire, bites real good on most terrain.

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Location: South Carolina, USA
John
Great tire

Great tire for the rider that explores all terrains and racing. Has great hook up and the wear seems to be holding up exceptionally well in rocky, and root terrains. I had an issue with a softer tire ripping apart at the base of the outside knobs, and even loosing many of them.

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Location: Billings, MT, USA
jpyz450f
Hard tire

this tire is so hard I puncured tube and didn't relize as I put air to this tire I found hole tire was so hard to take back off that I had to buy a new tube and scratched my wheel if you want to pay some one to do this its a exlent tire for the money its a really stiff son of a gun

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Location: Utah, USA
MotoXManSam

Works great on my CRF 250R. It works great in the Rocky mountains of utah. I had a Michelin Mh3 before this and they work about the same but it seemed like the mh3 chunked more. My new tire takes a very long time to wear

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Location: nc
dano
Tough tire!

you can't tear these lugs off like you would a soft compound, you may lose traction in some situations but the majority of the terrain you will hook up! the sharp rocks will have to work hard to remove this rubber!

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Pops
Great all around tire.

bought frt/rear last year. ran several races on different types of dirt. tire hooked up very well in all conditions. also bought the MX32 mounted on second set of wheels they work very well in soft/sandy tracks. used them during last season in the Okla State Championship Series. They helped me complete a first place finish in the +60 class. Thank you for supporting our Series last year..

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Dwhit42 Location: ME
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Dwhit42 3 months 17 days ago Location: ME
Mx71 or mx51?
I ride in Maine, mostly riding hard packed rocky trails, and rooted goat trails. Also do pit riding which is very loose san. Would the mx71 or mx51 be best for me? I ride a Yz250
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3 months 2 days ago
mxpilot424
No tire can do everything perfectly but I would rather ride a hard pack tire in loose stuff than a loose tire on hard pack. If it was me I would run the MX71.
justin Over 5 months ago
What is the difference between a 110/90-19 and 110/80-19?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 months ago
MotoSportExpert
The middle number of the tire size is called the aspect ration. The Aspect ration of a tire is the relationship of the tire cross-section height to the cross-section width. In a tire with an aspect ration of 90, for example, height is about 90% of the tire width. The 110/80-19 would be lower profile than the 110/90-19.
4 months 28 days ago
b4himdude
its called an aspect "ratio". same as in car tires. everything else previously stated is correct. so basically look at all tire sizes written in this format like this : tread width (in millimeters) / aspect ratio (% of sidewall height as compared to tread width in millimeters) - diameter of rim (in inches)....
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3 months 2 days ago
mxpilot424
Tire sizes work like this: First number is width second is sidewall aspect ratio and the third number is rim size. So both tires are 110 mm wide but the 110/90 has a 99mm side wall the 110/80 has a 72mm sidewall. The 110/90 will be a little bit taller and might provide a little more bump absorption.
Zachman 1 year 11 months ago Location: Huntingtown, MD 20639, USA
Will this fit my 2007 yz250f?
If i take my stock tire of will this fit the wheel fine. If not what tire should i get to fit my bike perfectly and is a great tire?
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1 year 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
Yes, this would be the correct size tire for your bike. Tire selection can be a little more tricky, tire selection will depend on what type of riding you do and what the terrain is that you will be riding. We have a great tire buyer guide to help with tire selection. The guide can be found here : http://www.motosport.com/blog/dirt-bike-tire-buying-guide
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3 months 2 days ago
mxpilot424
Yes this will fit your 2007 YZ250F just fine. I currently have one on my YZ250F and I have been really happy with it. Motocross and off-road tires can come in slightly wider or narrower sizes depending on the type of riding you do but the important thing to do is make sure the rim size is correct. You can double check this by finding the size printed on the side wall of your current rear tire. For example 110/80-19 and 100/90-19 are both 19" rim tires and will work well for you.
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