2 rear to 1 front is ok. I even mixed a radial Dunlop rear to the stock exedra bias front with No problem. Then went Dunlop front, but can't get radial front for the Nomad. Dunlops are superior ride, handling and performance, really stick to the road full lean & braking, But I could only get 8k rear and 12k miles front. Tired (pun intended) of changing tires riding 8k per year, I've gone to Michelin Command er 2s. Hard rubber slips on wet lane changes at 70 & lays rubber on quick starts, but 9k on the rear & still looks good. I've thought about larger rear, but sizes for my Nomad were limited, but I might try next set, asking my Kaw dealer. Still may go back to Dunlop. 4 bikes over 40 years of riding on Dunlop, except for the Exedras & these Michelins. Hmmm, best ride ( Dunlop) or longest lasting ( Michelin)???
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