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    There is another choice for the Tw a 25x10x14 Terrs Cross. Got it on the rim with lots of force, straps but now I will see if it will miss the chain. Waiting for the bead to pop then I will mount it and show some pics.





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    i took my stock tire t-dub into real, sticky, franciscan melange mud today, and i was surprised how well it did.... that sick A** thing that thing must walk on water!
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    If you ride 50/50, how many miles with that thing last?
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    AWESOME, how much was that tire?
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    An inch smaller, but an inch wider...hmmm interesting how that should work. I may have to deflate mine and put straps around it to help with the bead.
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    Hey Ronny; why don't you just go ahead and put a track on your bike? You know you want to! If anyone can do it; you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    If you ride 50/50, how many miles with that thing last?




    I think it will last about the same as the the other 26x9-14 tires.



    Alex I bought the tire a few years ago, took it to the motorcycle shop and they said there is no way that tire will fit that rim but they tried. So I put it in storage. I got a wild hair to make it fit and after some sweat and sore knees its on. I think they are about $150.00.





    Kwizard mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm track sounds good!





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    Quote Originally Posted by ronnydog View Post
    I think it will last about the same as the the other 26x9-14 tires.



    Alex I bought the tire a few years ago, took it to the motorcycle shop and they said there is no way that tire will fit that rim but they tried. So I put it in storage. I got a wild hair to make it fit and after some sweat and sore knees its on. I think they are about $150.00.





    Kwizard mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm track sounds good!





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    Yah! I knew it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdac View Post
    An inch smaller, but an inch wider...hmmm interesting how that should work. I may have to deflate mine and put straps around it to help with the bead.




    The straps were to hold the tire on the rim only for the install.



    Whats up with your TW150 3 speed?



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