Dunlop D803 Trials Rear Tire

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    Rating 4.65 of 5 (12 Reviews)
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    Dunlop D803 Trials Rear Tire
    • New trials competition tire
    • The D803 was Geoff Aaron's 2005 National Trials Championship tire
    • Compliant carcass construction in the front tire delivers excellent traction
    • Rear D803 is engineered specifically to provide superior grip
    • Radial-design rear tire works great for off-road trail riding
    • Item # 13598
    • SKU #134692
    • Mfr. Part # 3012-45
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    I doubt that I will ever put a Knobby back tire on my bike again. I ride a Honda CRF250X. The tire keeps working even when the "knobs" are worn out.

    John - December 20, 2013

    (Post Falls, ID)

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    Grip Monster

    This isn`t an Mx tire so rating as such isn`t fair. I use this for slow technical trail riding on a much modified CRF230F. It isn`t a powerful bike to begin with but has great bottom end "lug-a-bility" which is where this tire shines. Theyre made to grip, not spin like a knobbie. I love the tire!!

    Thad - August 06, 2013

    (Fletcher,NC, NC)

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    Trials

    This is a great TRIALS tire. If used otherwise then buyer beware, it may not do what you want it to. For TRIALS applications it's a great value for it's application.

    Greg - October 09, 2012

    (Paradise, PA)

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    Great tire, destroyed it in 60 miles

    Bought this tire on the feedback it has. Put it on my ktm 525exc. Rode just over 60 miles of trails, marginal amount of rock, mostly loose decompose, three creek crossings. Took a look at it up close and almost all of the knobs are torn off right at the base of the carcass. Still has the fuzzies on them but tire is destroyed. Really bummed and can't recommend this tire to anyone. That said, for 60 miles, it was awesome.

    Leonard - August 31, 2012

    (Moscow, ID)

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    Everybody said that I'd be impressed with this tire. After 150 mile ride in West Virginia, it proved itself to me. Worth every penny.

    Brian - June 27, 2012

    (charlotte, NC)

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    Great tires

    Daniel - December 09, 2011

    (Granbury, TX)

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    Dunlop D803

    Yeah, what all these reviews say is true. Forget all the preconceived negative arguments your buddies have, get this tire! You will be absolutely amazed at how well they work on any surface or in any condition. Set yours up like Darrell, but use 10-11 psi for hare scrambles.

    Rick - September 28, 2011

    (Fulton, MO)

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    Dunlop 803

    Absolutely love the tire. I have 120 miles on it now, and ZERO complaints. I just won my class with it, in the muddiest race I've ever been involved in. Bikes buried everywhere, this tire just kept hooking up!

    Zmoto - March 04, 2011

    (Batesville, AR)

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    Dunlop D803

    I've wanted to try this type of tire out for years, there have been many reviews raving about trials tires and from what I'm experiencing it's all true. First thing I noticed is the way it corners with minimal spinning or sliding , I can actually lay the bike over on flat ground and throttle on it (it does have its limits). It also builds confidence going thru rutted and rooted areas with very little tire deflection and in sand the bike doesn't squirm around near as much as the D756 I had been using. Also purchased a Moose Racing heavy duty tube because I'm running 8 psi. Great tire and price.

    Darrell - July 06, 2010

    (Broussard, LA)

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    Ride Over Anything!

    Living in the Pacific Northwest and riding year round, I find myself riding over slippery, wet rocks and tree roots at Tahuya and Walker Valley. This rear tire will take you up and over any and all of it! Pop the clutch, twist the throttle and up and over you go! No spinning, digging in, or sliding sideways, just up and over every time. If you ride in the Pacific Northwest, try a trials tire.

    Scott - June 10, 2010

    (Seattle, WA)

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    I'm a believer

    If you ride a dirt bike off road you must try a trials tire. Wet roots, rocks, logs, moss covered boulders, hard pack, clay, every surface that I've tried with the exception of deep, deep mud the trial tire is superior. Oh...it lasts twice as long a knobby as well.

    SkisNH - May 21, 2010

    (Rochester, NH)

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    Got Traction?

    This tire is great, I run it on my KTM 300 @ 8psi and can get a grip under any trail condition that I come across here in the Pacific Northwest. I ran the last one for two years and it was still hooking up on its last ride. I run one on my Montesa trials bike and, though the sidewall is not as pliable, it is comparable to the Michelin.

    Scootman - July 28, 2009

    (Beaverton, OR)
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