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    Bridgestone Trail Wing 204

    What's the diffrence of these two tyres? Specially the one with Blue & Yellow line
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    The 203/204 combo is a good choice if most of your riding is on pavement. They even work on hard pack dirt roads but not very well in mud.

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    The tire with the stripes looks brand new. The other one could be a used. Shop around. I got a new Shinko for mine for about $70.00. This will be the first time I used something besides the Bridgestone.
    1993 TW200 just over 46,000 miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    The tire with the stripes looks brand new. The other one could be a used. Shop around. I got a new Shinko for mine for about $70.00. This will be the first time I used something besides the Bridgestone.
    How it goes ? Better Than The Bridgestone Tyre

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    The strip is only there to indicate that the tire has not been used – 20 miles and the stripe disappears ....
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    Can I Install an inner tube in a tubless tyre? Should I put some sealer in a rear wheel before mount atv tyre (Maxxis Ceros) ?

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    I still haven't installed the Shinko yet. Bought in December. I have to mount soon since inspection is coming up in February. I was hoping to slide around and play on the slick one first.
    1993 TW200 just over 46,000 miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vishwa Kau View Post
    Can I Install an inner tube in a tubless tyre? Should I put some sealer in a rear wheel before mount atv tyre (Maxxis Ceros) ?
    the wheels will not accept tubeless tires. many of us use sealant in the tubes and I have personally found good success with a product called Ride On, not sure of it's availablity outside the US.
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    Riding in and around the great state of Michigan (usually)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattwings View Post
    the wheels will not accept tubeless tires. many of us use sealant in the tubes and I have personally found good success with a product called Ride On, not sure of it's availablity outside the US.
    Tire Sealant | Tire Protection System - Ride-On
    Let me know how to use that sealant ? Do I need to put sealant all over the tubes

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    You remove the valve workings from the valve stem, insert the tube of sealant, and squeeze the contents "into" the inside of the tube — replace the valve workings, inflate to required pressure, and your done

    There are many brands out there, but they all do the same thing

    Centrifugal force will balance the tire, and the compound itself if it escapes the tube in the case of a puncture, will partially seal the leak, preventing sudden deflation

    The advantages of using this stuff is two fold — if everything is good with your tires it balances the wheel — if it does all go pear shaped, you can come to a controlled stop, or even make it home …..
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