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    Floaters vs Bf Larry's my review

    I have an on one fatty and recently bought some bfl and been using for the last month or so and have been loving them ,there just more comfortable and better rolling better over bumps and rougher terrain and light terrain they was mainly bought for the summer season they are softer than the floaters but more prone to punctures ,thorns'
    ,after recent spell of wet weather I put the floaters back on was nice and grippy in the wet but felt hard even though I was only running at 7psi I can run the Larry's at 10 and feel softer (,its the casing) both tyres are good for the conditions but the bfl is my preferred choice for the nicer ride I think I need another wheel set for the quick swop preferably tubeless tried several times not happening with on one rims need ,rolling darylls be nice with the bfl,
    bfl are staying on for now all comments welcome just my view thx

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    Thanks for the review! I started with BFLs, switched to Bud and Lou for the winter because BFLs were awful in light powdery snow, and now back to BFL for the summer! Have fun!

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