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    irishhillclimb.com Michael Feeney's Avatar
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    Default Dunlop Compounds?

    The Dunlop Website used to have a table that listed all their compounts and what each was suitable for
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    X08 = ....
    X12 = ....

    I cant find it anymore
    Does anybody have it saved?
    I'd like to print it off and stick it on the inside of the van
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    irishhillclimb.com Michael Feeney's Avatar
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    Default Re: Dunlop Compounds?

    PS... Would also like same for Michelin/Bridgestone if anybody has same?
    Thanking you...
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    Default Re: Dunlop Compounds?

    Dunlops
    X04 - Hard
    X08 - Medium
    X12 - Soft
    X22 - Super Soft

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    Default Re: Dunlop Compounds?

    Thanks Joe, thats kind of what i mean but Dunlop themselves had a fairly comprehensive chart of the whole lot of them and what weather conditions each was suitable for
    Saw it on their site about two years ago but never saved it and cant find it now
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    Default Re: Dunlop Compounds?

    And dont forget the new x02 i think its the hardest tyre they have.

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    Default Re: Dunlop Compounds?

    Quote Originally Posted by DerekFlynn View Post
    And dont forget the new x02 i think its the hardest tyre they have.
    its not just a really hard tyre...its a completly new developed tyre, heats from the temperatures you would use an x08 in to a temperature you would use an x04 in...has a wide band in which it works in, Savage tyre!

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    Default Re: Dunlop Compounds?

    just buy kumho s
    done...

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    Default Re: Dunlop Compounds?

    Maybe a silly question but......have you phoned or e-mailed Dunlop directly off their website ?


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