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Dunlop D803GP 120/100R18 Trials Rear Tire

Manufacturer Part Number 45087174

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Description for Dunlop D803GP 120/100R18 Trials Rear Tire 

Dunlop D803GP 120/100R18 Trials Rear Tire

• D803GP Trial Tires are rear radial tires that work great for off-road trail riding

• Used by 10-time AMA/NATC US National Trials Champion Geoff Aaron and consecutive 6-time and current US National Youth Champion Chase Harker

• M-rated for speeds up to 81 mph

• Tube type

Product Specs

ISBN/UPC: 848983013439

Load Range: 68 - Maximum Capacity 694 lbs

Manufacturer Part Number: 45087174

Overall Diameter: 27.52

Position: Rear

Rim Diameter: 18

Sidewall: Blackwall

Sold in Units: Each

Speed Rating: M - Rated up to 81 MPH

Style: D803GP

Tire Size: 120/100-18

Tire Width: 110/MN

Tread Depth: 13/32

Tube or Tubeless: Tube Type

Warehouse Part Number: 1286564

Width: 4.21

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