Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Front Tire

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    Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Front Tire

    Emphasizing aggressive off-road riding, the Dunlop D606 is the dual sport tire made for the rider who wants the best in off-road traction while still maintaining street legality. Using motocross inspired knob patterns and a rubber compound that outlasts all other hard core dual sport tires, the D606 gives the mileage and versatility for those who want to push the limits in the toughest dual sport conditions.
    • D606 front tire for great grip and durability
    • Features full-depth tread pattern that gives excellent traction on surfaces ranging from hard fire roads to soft trails
    • Tread is designed for real off-road use andaggressive performance
    • Specially engineered tread compound also gives dependable highway grip and durability
    • DOT certified
    • Matching D606 rear tire available
    • Item # 5336
    • SKU #43894
    • Mfr. Part # 32SF21
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    KLR 650 Front Only

    Put this on my KLR 650 and man do these have good off road traction! Haven't made it down to the river in the sand yet but loose dirt/mud is great. I am running a Metzler MCE Karoo on the rear. Together they are a loud combo on the road, but I love the mud tire hum. Hardest dirt front tire to install ever, but worth it for the tougher lugs.

    Grant - May 05, 2014

    (Valley Center, KS)

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    Huge upgrade for mid-weight dual sport bike

    I am running this tire on my 2012 F800 GS. I trashed my front rim during my first season on the bike, so had Woody's build a new front with 1.65"x21" A60 (improved, strengthened version of the Excel rim). I ride very aggressively on rough FS gravel and BLM dirt (poorly maintained) with full loads. The improvement in grip and front end control is HUGE over the TKC80 and Karoo T tires I was running previously. And this tire is REASONABLY PRICED. Almost too good to be true, but it is true. I rode this thing HARD and still got nearly 6000 miles. Also I just changed it myself in the garage and they are easy to mount and unmount, even without tire lubricant (because that is how you need to change a tire while on a trip). That's an added bonus. I leave all my friends in the dust, and they are good riders. The rougher and looser the surface, the better this tire works. CAUTION- I do not ride this big heavy bike in mud, (by choice), so I can't speak to its performance in mud. The only trade off is a bit limited in confidence on pavement, but I hate riding on pavement so this is a non-issue for me. I use the ultra-heavy duty (4mm thick) Michelin tube, and have never had a flat tire. I think you will love this tire if you like riding on loose surfaces with mid weight dual sport bikes.

    Hans - April 05, 2014

    (Tacoma, WA)

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    D606 works great!

    I've been running D606s on my DRZ for 10 years of trail riding. They hold up great in the Phoenix desert and also work nicely in the forest of Flagstaff. I ride 95% off road but it's nice to have a street legal tire when you need it..

    John - January 03, 2014

    (Goodyear, AZ)

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    D606

    Best dual sport tire ever

    White Eagle - November 18, 2013

    (McCleary, WA)

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    Dunlop 606

    I have purchased about six 606's over the years & think they can't be beat for mostly dirt & gravel. If you spend more time on the road than dirt you may want to consider the Continental TKC 80 for the rear & 606 in front. That is a great pair that hugs the road yet can get through the tough stuff OK. THAT BEING SAID I am going back to 606's frt & rr because I ride a lot of dirt & gravel. The TKC's probably last twice as long. Happy Trails!

    Jason - June 19, 2013

    (Charlottesville, VA)

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    Dunlop 606 front and rear

    An all around great tire. I had no problems with it on or off road until I wore it out and then it still managed some snow, mud, gravel and pavement without putting the dirty side up. I'm on my second set.

    Joel - March 23, 2013

    (Noti, OR)

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    It's a knobby; what do you expect?

    Wears like most knobbys but I run it on the front of my KLR650 so the wear isn't too bad. I prefer the knobs for off-roading. Wears faster on the highway but I don't mind the trade-off.

    Richard - December 13, 2012

    (Henderson, NV)

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    2008 XR650L

    Rides great on the highway and off-road.

    Mike - December 11, 2012

    (Medford, OR)

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    NOT a real knobby!

    This tire is a great compromise, but if you get into the mud...Good Luck. It is not a knobby, but works pretty well on the dirt roads. I use the 606 on the rear & a real knobby on the front.

    Paul - December 11, 2012

    (piffard, NY)

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    606 isnt for everyone.

    The Dunlop 606 is a hard-wearing "dual sport" tire. if you like to ride on the pavement but want that aggressive-knobby look, this tire is for you. It will easily go over 2000 miles and for mild off highway (EG gravel main line) its a fine tire. As far as holding a line in any real off-road situations, its JUNK! Friends don't let friends ride on front 606s.

    Killowatt - October 17, 2012

    (hillsboro, OR)

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    Continental Divide Ride on a Honda XR650L got 5500 miles on tires

    These are great long lasting tires. The front will start cupping with long pavement rides. The tires work great in the dirt. There was a noticeable front end push on the street so I never got the confidence to push the tires much on the street. They do handle a pretty aggressive pace. The rear tire will outlast the front if ridden more on the street. This is the opposite of my experience on my dirt bikes. I'd highly recommend these tires for dual sport riding with more dirt than street.

    Tom - October 01, 2012

    (Woodland Hills, CA)

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    Great tire on and off road

    I've had good luck with the 606's on my DRZ400. I've put 500+ street miles and 300 dirt without any significant wear

    Robert - September 27, 2012

    (san diego, CA)

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    606 front

    Very happy, last weekend we rode over a lava bed, very sharp rocks!!This was over 5 miles, with a klr 650. I just hope it last on the street.

    Doug - September 21, 2012

    (sumner, WA)

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    Great off-road but squirrelly at hwy speeds

    Currently on my F800GS. Great off-road: gravel, sand, whatever you throw at it. Can be unstable over 70 MPH on the hwy. Great price, so far wear is as expected.

    Owen - September 13, 2012

    (Portland, OR)

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    Poor front tire

    I ride dirt and street 50/50. The front tire kept slipping on the rim and would tear off valve stems. After 3 tubes and almost killing me on the street, I had to add a rim lock. This then required lots of weight to get it balanced. Every other knob is worn flat with almost full knobs left on the rest. After aboout 1000 miles I will be happy when I replace this tire.

    Randy - September 05, 2012

    (Perry, UT)
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