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D908RR Dual Sport Rear Tire

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Dunlop D908RR Dual Sport Rear Tire

  • The dual-sport Dunlop D908RR is designed to handle severe racing and cross-country conditions and provides exceptional durability and grip over rocks, hard ground and pavement
  • Designed specifically to cope with the speed, horsepower and weight of large-displacement rally-type dual-sport machines
  • The D908RR is DOT-approved for road-legal use
  • Reinforced tread blocks yield exceptional traction and stability
  • The generous open space around the shoulder area provides ultimate traction in sand and mud
  • Heavy-duty casing provides excellent bump absorption and allows lower air pressures for a larger footprint and increased traction
  • Item # 14568
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500exc and heavy load

This is my second one. The first one did 1200 miles from Green River to Sun Valley then another 1000 in various rides. I'm new to dirt, but if there is a better tire for a mix of road, sand, mud, and rocks then I'd be shocked. I'm 260 without gear and it held up very well under the weight, heat, and abuse. I felt it was solid on the road. I did the super thick tubes and ran about 20lbs and had no flats or issues.

chris - July 12, 2016

(HARTSELLE, AL)

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Nice upgrade

I have been riding this tire on the back of my Husky TE 449 for about 2 months now and its a nice upgrade from the factory Metzler Karoo that came on the bike. I do a lot of riding in the desert in NM and it works great in the sand on the loose stuff. I have ridden it in the mountains in Co a bunch too and it seems to hook up really well in everything but the sickest mud. I am not sure about the mileage I will get out of it but my guess is I will be shopping at 2000 miles or so.

Joel - July 30, 2013

(Santa Fe, NM)

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Good Tire

I am VERY happy with this tire: KTM 990Adv. Went through 3 Mefos that lasted long time (5500k) but wanted MORE. This 908(rear) hooks up on dirt & Gravel. Very progressive & aggressive. As good as Mefo, not as good as Scorpion on Pavement (expected). I have 2k/1 month, probably 50/50, but she does some spinning off road. Expect 3k miles.

Jeff M. - August 23, 2012

(Hood River, OR)

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The best so far

This is my 3rd 908RR. Got about 1500 miles each on the last 2 on my Husky TE610. Handles the power well and is very stable and no chipout on the rear. Front broke the knobs on the sides so I'm using a Geomax now and that's been very good. Very rocky here and most of the mileage is on the trail. MUCH better than the Karoo's that came on the bike in every way except cost. AMAZINGLY tough tire!!!

Bob C - November 29, 2011

(Camp Verde, AZ)

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908s rock

I ride 80/20 road/dirt on a ktm 450. 3000 miles later I'm buying another 908rr. They hold up better than street 90/10s, good in mud, real good in sand, even in snow. I love this tire.

rob - September 30, 2011

(Frenchtown, NJ)

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Buy it!

I am on my 3rd 908 RR rear tire and I can't say enough about the tread life. Mounted on a KTM 990 Adventure, this skin can handle big bore power. Super stable leaning deep thru turns on tarmac too. I mean pannier scraping deep! Over 6,000 miles on my last one and that speaks volumes. Peace.

MotoFly - September 16, 2011

(Englewood, CO)

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Good on trails, but wears out quickly.

I chose to use an RR rear tire to ride a portion of the Continental Divide Trail ride and then home on the pavement for a total of 2,500 miles. Approx. 1800 miles pavement/700 miles trails. Did good on mostly high altitude, rocky and/or muddy trails, etc. This tire works very well on dry and wet pavement, but it wears out quickly, compared to the Pirelli MT series knobbies.

Chopperbob - July 12, 2010

(Riverside, CA)

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D908RR review

Awesome rear tire selecton when combined with the D606 for my 2005 KTM 640 Adventure. I've gone through four sets (front and rear). Great for off-road (dirt in general). A little soft on the pavement which wears them considerably. Shipping for these items was fantastic! I ordered them on a Friday and recieved them on the following Tuesday.

Douglas - May 25, 2010

(Woodinville, WA)

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Dunlop D908RR

This tire works well and is one of the few tires that can stand up to the extreme horsepower of my KTM 950 Super Enduro.

Bob - May 10, 2010

(Oceanside, CA)

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on a 950 KTM

Pretty good rear tire for a 950 KTM. Decent on dirt and decent on pavement and a tire that does not wear off too quickly

Luc - March 3, 2010

(Scott City, KS)

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908 Rally Raid

Last longer than any knobby I'm aware of for the 990

Buddy - February 5, 2010

(Avondale, AZ)

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Good Bite

This tire makes all the difference in the world if you have been riding on the stock tires that came with the bike. No more fishtailing on initial take off and tons of control cornering on flat dirt. Recommend the front tire that is paired up with this one in the "most often purchased together" catagory with this tire. No more plowing the front end when trying to corner in soft sand or gravel.

Mike - January 18, 2010

(Mays Landing, NJ)

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Looking for another 908

Bought this tire rated for a 650+ CC bike and put it on a DR-Z 400 after averaging about 2,200 to 2,400 per tire on an other brand. After 4,400 miles on this thing with about 70% dirt - dual sport riding in northeastern Nevada, I'm shopping for another one. Friends riding larger displacement bikes like it to. It's a good all around tire not knowing what's going to be encountered along the way.

Craig gammill - November 19, 2009

(Spring Creek, NV)

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Update to previous review

Had a chance to test on wet pavement. Not so good (but what ds tire is?), have to be very careful with the throttle! 15 day vacation ride, 3,714 miles. At least 2,800 was pavement. LOVE this tire. Handled everything: mud, gravel, sand roads and the Oregon beach/dunes. And still has tread left! 6mm or about 3/8in I would say tread life is very good for a DS tyre. Break in is critical. I found that for the first 100 miles or so it wandered a little but after that all is good.

BG - August 3, 2009

(Durango, CO)

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D908rr on xr650l

This tire is far better than the stock rear tire on my xr650l. It handles so much better and made the stock gearing just right for the road. It just does fit with the chain guard but, it's ok. Don't know about tread life yet. Hard to imagine a better tire for this bike. Don't know if the front one is as good, I’ll probably try one and see.

Joe Gullette - July 6, 2009

(Union, WV)
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