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    Best all around front tire

    I live in New England and trail/off trail conditions can vary drastically. One day it will be dry and dusty, the next day it will be wet and muddy. Im looking for an all around good front tire that will handle all of these conditions. Somebody help!!!

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    I find an ale or lager to handle a wide range of conditions. They are great for almost anything.

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    With an Imperial India Pale Ale or a Coffee Stout (or Coffee Porter), you can rest assured the extra girth and ABV% will provide more than enough traction and grip for ANY condition. I hear New England is slightly less rugged than Olde England, but at least they donít drive on the wrong side of the road. By the way, whatís the best way to apply mascara to a unicycling ferret (dressed as a clown) who isnít wearing UGG BOOTS???
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZL33 View Post
    I live in New England and trail/off trail conditions can vary drastically. One day it will be dry and dusty, the next day it will be wet and muddy. Im looking for an all around good front tire that will handle all of these conditions. Somebody help!!!
    What kind of beer are you currently using for these conditions? I might recommend an Irish Red.
    telling me to stay out of a former bombing range next to a dump while you build huge houses next to it? Screw you.-sandmangts

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    Well, the monks have been brewing for trail conditions for hundreds of years. The big American brewers will never get trail conditions right.
    You're so cute internet tough guy. Noogie...Noogie...Noogie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZL33 View Post
    I live in New England and trail/off trail conditions can vary drastically. One day it will be dry and dusty, the next day it will be wet and muddy. Im looking for an all around good front tire that will handle all of these conditions. Somebody help!!!
    I will let you know when I grow my tire. Working on it as we speak.
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    I hear if you pour some Fat Tire Amber Ale on your tires, they swell, enabling better traction. More you pour, more traction you get.. simple.
    "We can always find excuses if we want to find them, but if we really want to do something, we have to just go."

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    Abita Turbo Dog. Good with everything, or by itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZL33 View Post
    I live in New England and trail/off trail conditions can vary drastically. One day it will be dry and dusty, the next day it will be wet and muddy. Im looking for an all around good front tire that will handle all of these conditions. Somebody help!!!
    A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject. - Winston Churchill

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    Blue Moon beer tires will get you through anything. Great compound, very pleasing results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sodak View Post
    I hear if you pour some Fat Tire Amber Ale on your tires, they swell, enabling better traction. More you pour, more traction you get.. simple.
    SO that's what that beer is good for. Sure as hell isn't for drinking.

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    It's cold outside. I like beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by customfab View Post
    SO that's what that beer is good for. Sure as hell isn't for drinking.
    Itís OK for beer newbs though who are otherwise only familiar with Buttweiper and Coorspiss.
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    Fat Tire baby!

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