Wanted: Dunlop tire sticker

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3/3/2019 4:04 PM

Trying to get my hands on some of these hard to get ahold of stickers for my winter ktm build

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3/3/2019 4:26 PM

Attend a supercross race, stop by the Dunlop truck. I picked some up this weekend

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3/3/2019 4:29 PM

Nothing has close enough lately builds wrapping up shortly and would love to get some

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3/3/2019 7:47 PM

The moto bus on Instagram. $12 for 8

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3/4/2019 8:19 AM

yellow rubber paint maker, stickers never stay on, I put my Pirelli ones on and they came off have two motos in the sand

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3/7/2019 10:48 PM

Youre looking for these right? These are direct from Dunlop. Have only had good results with them...not sure why people are trying to talk you out of them. Follow the directions and be careful when washing your bike ie. harsh chemicals and too close with the pressure washer. If you run 1 set of tires all year they're definitely not going to last that long. Just know I change tires every 4-5 rides or 2 races.

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3/7/2019 10:53 PM

cowasocki205 wrote:

Youre looking for these right? These are direct from Dunlop. Have only had good results with them...not sure why people are trying to talk you out of them. Follow the directions and be careful when washing your bike ie. harsh chemicals and too close with the pressure washer. If you run 1 set of tires all year they're definitely not going to last that long. Just know I change tires every 4-5 rides or 2 races.

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There are several different companies selling tire stickers, but they don’t bond to the tire like the ones from Dunlop

Getting your hands on them is the hard part for most people...

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3/8/2019 3:33 AM

cowasocki205 wrote:

Youre looking for these right? These are direct from Dunlop. Have only had good results with them...not sure why people are trying to talk you out of them. Follow the directions and be careful when washing your bike ie. harsh chemicals and too close with the pressure washer. If you run 1 set of tires all year they're definitely not going to last that long. Just know I change tires every 4-5 rides or 2 races.

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Yes those would be the ones, looking to get rid of them?

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3/8/2019 5:25 AM

cowasocki205 wrote:

Youre looking for these right? These are direct from Dunlop. Have only had good results with them...not sure why people are trying to talk you out of them. Follow the directions and be careful when washing your bike ie. harsh chemicals and too close with the pressure washer. If you run 1 set of tires all year they're definitely not going to last that long. Just know I change tires every 4-5 rides or 2 races.

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nickharris93 wrote:

Yes those would be the ones, looking to get rid of them?

The ones from moto bus are very similar to these. My last set went 15hrs, 9 pressure washes and I use simple green every wash. Obviously don’t blast them with the pressure washer. I just wipe the logo with a rag then blast the rest of the tire. Worked so well I bought more for my new bike Photo

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3/8/2019 6:44 AM

cowasocki205 wrote:

Youre looking for these right? These are direct from Dunlop. Have only had good results with them...not sure why people are trying to talk you out of them. Follow the directions and be careful when washing your bike ie. harsh chemicals and too close with the pressure washer. If you run 1 set of tires all year they're definitely not going to last that long. Just know I change tires every 4-5 rides or 2 races.

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nickharris93 wrote:

Yes those would be the ones, looking to get rid of them?

poorsupra wrote:

The ones from moto bus are very similar to these. My last set went 15hrs, 9 pressure washes and I use simple green every wash. Obviously don’t blast them with the pressure washer. I just wipe the logo with a rag then blast the rest of the tire. Worked so well I bought more for my new bike Photo

They might seem similar, but I’ve seen them peel off on the edges and they look like dog shit.
Tirestickers.com has them too, but they do not adhere to the rubber either.

https://www.tirestickers.com/shop/motorcycles/

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3/8/2019 12:27 PM
Edited Date/Time: 3/9/2019 5:30 AM

I don't understand why dunlop makes this so hard to obtain.

They make money selling them & it displays their tires

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3/8/2019 1:39 PM

DTR830 wrote:

I don't understand why dunlop makes this so hard to obtain.

They make money selling them & it displays their tires

X2 same as red bull stuff. Make $$. Free advertising

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3/8/2019 7:15 PM

cowasocki205 wrote:

Youre looking for these right? These are direct from Dunlop. Have only had good results with them...not sure why people are trying to talk you out of them. Follow the directions and be careful when washing your bike ie. harsh chemicals and too close with the pressure washer. If you run 1 set of tires all year they're definitely not going to last that long. Just know I change tires every 4-5 rides or 2 races.

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nickharris93 wrote:

Yes those would be the ones, looking to get rid of them?

Ya id be willing to sell them. I have a couple sets. Make me an offer.

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3/8/2019 9:32 PM

I have some I can sell. Text me. 714-351-2627
The ones from Dunlop?

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please contact at (714) 351-2627