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    it looks like the rip saw with its overlaping tread would make a good handling tire and looks to be more rounded than some ive seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hey_watch_this View Post
    it looks like the rip saw with its overlaping tread would make a good handling tire and looks to be more rounded than some ive seen.




    I think if they made it in a size 26-7x14; we would have ourselves a nice replacement rear tire. With 1.125" of tread depth; it could be taken to a tire turner and rounded out more(which would be a nice weight reduction too).

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    i wonder if it could be trimmed enough to work with the size available

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    I like the Dunlop no experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwizard View Post
    I think if they made it in a size 26-7x14; we would have ourselves a nice replacement rear tire. With 1.125" of tread depth; it could be taken to a tire turner and rounded out more(which would be a nice weight reduction too).


    27.6 pounds. That's quite a hit.



    Prolly tough as nails, though.



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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    27.6 pounds. That's quite a hit.



    Prolly tough as nails, though.


    Oh, I didn't see the weight.



    How about this for a sand tire? http://www.kenjones.com/Scripts/item...90505&IK=7-875

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