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Bridgestone M603 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire
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Bridgestone M603 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

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MSRP: $131.95 - $135.95 - You save up to $62.96 (46% off)

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  • Features a newly adopted mid-camber basin (casing gage bunkers between tread blocks) that gives flexibility and plant to the tire without dropping stiffness of the tread block.
  • Allows each block to adapt to the ground surface which gives an improved balance of lean grip, straight drive stability and light handling.
  • Improved grip and traction adapts to the high power and torque of the current four-stroke machines.
  • Compares to Dunlop D745, D739, Michelin MH3 & HP4, Pirelli Scorpion MX486, MX454 & MX Extra.

Bridgestone M603 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire Reviews

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603 Tire

Comments On Aug 27, 2013:Great wearing tire and hooks up great hear where the dirt is hard pack with a little sand on top.

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When the ground gets hard, get the 603.

Comments On Jul 06, 2013:80/100-21

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Intermediate, yes - Mud, no

Comments On May 18, 2013:On wet or dry rocky terrain this tire works very well and isn't chunking. On greasy mud it's a bit scary. I'll go back to a 403 when this one is done.

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best tires ever!

Comments On Feb 11, 2013:had this and the matching rear on for two years. never seen a better tire!

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Bridgestone M603 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

Comments On Dec 29, 2012:This tire holds up well on hard pack motocross tracks with no unusual wear. I did notice this front tire did push a little in loose hard pack corners.

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Perfect

Comments On Dec 03, 2012:I ride on a variety of surfaces, including a lot of rock in the mountains and desert. While this is NOT ideal for soft terrain, it is the perfect FRONT tire for the riding I do. It is the only front tire that has not chunked at all within the first 100 miles I have put on it, and given the wear in the first 250 miles, it seems as if it will last forever. I chose to put the wider (90) front tire on my bike to compensate for the harder compound, which I've found very helpful on softer terrain, and I run tire pressure lower than I would with a softer compound.

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Good and big

Comments On Oct 24, 2012:I replaced a small Michelin front tire with the big 90 M603 and totally changed the bike. While the old meat still looked OK, the knobs had diminished enough that the bike was nearly unridable in sand and rough as hell on ledges. What I hadn't realized was the effect on steering angle because the front end is so much higher now. I was ready to sell the bike, now it's a charmer again. Rider sag and tire size effect steering angle and suspension and handling characteristics.

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Hard terrain

Comments On Aug 28, 2012:Great tire.

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worst tire I've ever used

Comments On Jun 05, 2012:Had a m603 and m604 on my desert racing built kf450f. The bike would not hold a line and the front tire would not stick. I tried several different brands to see what I liked best for desert racing and both sets of bridgestones wore the fastest and provided the least amount of traction. I had to run under 10 psi in order for the front tire stick. I will never run another bridgestone tire again.

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Good

Comments On May 04, 2012:Good traction on a cr250, will buy again

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