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MICHELIN VS. BRIDGESTONE

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FOR THE LAST COUPLE YEARS I HAVE RUN MICHELIN S12 AND M12 FOR ALL MY RIDING.(MOTO, H.S., AND ENDURO MOSTLY SOFT TO INTER TERRAIN) THOSE TIRES ROCK BUT THIS YEAR I HAVE A BRIDGESTONE SPONSORSHIP. ANYBODY OUT THERE USING THERE TIRES? WHICH ONE OF THERE MODELS COMPARES TO THE S12 AND M12. THEY WILL BE GOING ON A '01 KTM 400SX. THANKS FOR THE HELP
 
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The m39/m40 combo will probably work the best as a replacement for those tires and conditions, they work very well in mud and soft conditions. Maybe a m58 in the rear.
 
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There are guys out here who swear by the Bridestone, unfortunately I don't know which model. But they are preferred to Dunlaps. I'm sorry you have to leave Michelins, my Husky won't let me put anything else on her


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