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Old 01-20-2013, 03:45 AM   #15508
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Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
Conti Trail Attacks. Had them on my 950 & 1200 GSA. Great tire in dry & wet & on gravel roads.

I have to second this. My Trail Attacks have been great thus far in any conditions I've thrown at them - rain, cold, dry, slab, twisties, and light off-road (dirt and gravel roads). I've had the pegs drag, and made it through sand that had the stock Bridgestones squirming all over the place. Not saying they're hard-core off-road tires by any stretch, but they've served me pretty well on the dirt roads I play on. After a bit over 4K miles the rear isn't squaring off nearly as much as the stocker did in the same timeframe. Good tires IMO.
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