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    tire recommendation

    So, I currently have maxxis holy rollers, but I've been feeling lately thaat they're just not grippy enough for trails. Can anyone recommend a tire that is good for trails and dj, but can handle the odd skatepark/urban assault? (If there is even such a tire) Or, I was thinking maybe I could use one of my Bontrager Big Earl tires and replace one of my holy rollers with one. Good idea? And if so, should i replace the front tire or rear tire for more grip. (been getting different ideas from different ppl)

    Thanks

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    You could try the DMR Moto Diggers, they seem to fit your bill pretty well.

    http://www.dmrbikes.com/?Section=pro...itemid=TYRDGRW

    More thread than your holy rollers to get some bite, but not enough to slow you down on the streets, I've also heard good things about Halo Twin Rails.

    If I were you'd I'd change the front, the rear sliding out is manageable, but when my front tire looses traction, it can get pretty scary.

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    ive got moto rt's. there great on anything apart from really loose ground though

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    I like my maxxis high rollers.
    I'm out of things to say . . .

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    larsen tt's

    maxxis larsens.

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