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  1. #1
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    Larsen TT or Small Block Eight?

    I'm 190lbs riding a 2005 P.2, am doing DJ at the park on hardpack dirt, no plans for urban or trials. No plans for DH/FR with this bike either (I have other tools for those jobs).

    I want a tire that's fast rolling but also grips - I want some confidence in the berms. I know Holy Rollers get good reviews but don't look like too much bite.

    So the question is: should I get the Maxxis Larsen TT or Kenda Small Block Eight? What do you think? I know once I get it I won't replace, so I want to make the right choice.

    Thanks for the help!!
    If I work to pay for my rides - then why am I at work right now??

  2. #2
    Fly fat ass fly !
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    Aug 2007
    small block
    dmr has a tire thats almost the same i think its a moto
    By not allowing the progression of trails your cheating everyone out of their potential.

  3. #3
    To "Air" Is Human
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    I ran a Larsen TT (Wore flat) that small block 8's (Pinch Flat City) and than switched back to the DMR moto Digger. The Moto Digger is a great tire...chicks dig it.

    I'm about 225#'s.

  4. #4
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    If your gonna be riding hardpack id go with the larsons cause there fast, the moto diggers are a great tire but there more for loose conditions

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