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I have an 87 Trailway, and needless to say I need new tires. Since its old it has the older style tires. Im not to impressed with the stock Bridgestones they sell now. I have seen threads here about duros and other tires, I was wondering if we could compile all the options there are for the tw tires. Including size (measurements), where we can purchase them, and price. Front and Backs. I would appreciate it. Thanks
 

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I have an 87 Trailway, and needless to say I need new tires. Since its old it has the older style tires. Im not to impressed with the stock Bridgestones they sell now. I have seen threads here about duros and other tires, I was wondering if we could compile all the options there are for the tw tires. Including size (measurements), where we can purchase them, and price. Front and Backs. I would appreciate it. Thanks


Have a look here > http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/266-atv-tires-everything-you-need-to-know/



Fronts have been discussed at length also, it's all here some where.
 

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I've not been able to put Tdub in any situation where rear tire traction limited where I could go. Plenty of traction for passing stuck KLRs, DRs, XLs, and GSs in mud and sand. The original rear tire looks more aggressive, but I don't think it is any better than the TW34 offroad, and it is sorely lacking on pavement compared to the TW34. If I could legally run a ATV tire, I certainly would, because Tdub could then do more of the work offroad and I could do less.
 

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i just purchased a spare rear rim and put my original tire back on it... this way i can run it on the street or with a quick change put the Duro back on and take it off road without having to worry about slipping in mud and stuff..
 
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