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Dunlop Trials tyres modern equivalents?
#780682 08/06/19 2:28 am
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I am trying to find a close equivalent to the Dunlop Trials Universal in size 3.25 x 18. I have checked online but the only thing even remotely close is the Mitas H03 which is really a road tyre. Anyone ?


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Re: Dunlop Trials tyres modern equivalents?
tiger_cub #780696 08/06/19 6:57 am
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The Pirelli MT43 is an excellent tyre, my mate put them on his B50T and that’s fine on the road even at speed. (Although being a trials I wouldn’t trust its grip as much as a road tyre..... not yet anyway)


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tiger_cub #780760 08/06/19 11:11 pm
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I could only find the Pirelli MT43 in 4.00 x 18 which is the usual rear size


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Re: Dunlop Trials tyres modern equivalents?
tiger_cub #780784 08/07/19 6:20 am
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I’ll find out what the front is. I know it got re laced from a 20” rim to a more commonly found tyres available, 21” rim

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tiger_cub #780790 08/07/19 7:02 am
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Look at the Bridgestone Trail Wing range.

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tiger_cub #780963 08/08/19 11:19 pm
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Tyres are for my BSA Roughrider. The Trail Wing has a 4.10 x 18 which has a width of 107mm, possibly a little wide for the front but I will measure to see what I can get in. I might still have to use the Mitas unless i can find something more with a block trials tread


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tiger_cub #780989 08/09/19 5:28 am
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Perhaps Shinko SR241?


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tiger_cub #780993 08/09/19 7:42 am
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Quite a narrow tyre... The Heidenau K67 series are similar to the old Dunlops.

https://www.heidenautires.com/product/k-67/

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tiger_cub #781057 08/10/19 12:40 am
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Found a Kenda K262 block trail in 3.00 x 18 which should do the job, hopefully I can get one locally


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