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Old 03-30-2013, 06:35 PM   #22
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Joined: Feb 2006
Location: British Columbia , Canada.....Eh
Oddometer: 1,586
Went out on Friday and the tires seemed to work pretty good.
The rear was a little slippy on the dry loose trails(thought I had a flat a cpl times), but I think I just had the pressure a little high @ 28psi on the rear.
The front worked well, didn't slip out anywhere.

Was really impressed on a long steep icy up hill. As long as I didn't spin the traction was good.

A friend came over with his 950ADV and had just put the same tire on the rear of his bike.
Looking at the base of the nobbies on his bike I could see 'flexing' lines , he has the stock ADV rim.

I inspected mine(stock SE rim) but did not see any of the flex lines where the nobbies meet the carcass.

Life's short...ride far

Over 2000 plated dirt riders...Digg'n up the dirt every other day, all over BC
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