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    Panaracer SPIKE front tire!

    Found a NEW kevlar Panaracer Spike front tire the other day.

    Anybody need it for a project? It's your's for the price of shipping, meaning this is not for sale, but for free, so it does not need to be in the classifieds right?



    Free to the first person to Paypal $8 to beau_layman@yahoo.com

    I'll refund whoever misses out.

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    Thats pretty cool of ya, but I already have one so I'll leave it to someone who doesn't. Awesome front tire for deep sloppy mud by the way. Maybe the best I've tried so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grawbass
    Thats pretty cool of ya, but I already have one so I'll leave it to someone who doesn't. Awesome front tire for deep sloppy mud by the way. Maybe the best I've tried so far.
    Thanks! Looks like it's sold now!
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    Ahhhh, memories. I bought one about 10 years ago for $20. Riding it to the trailhead on a paved road was like floating on a vibrator. The knobs would flex on the pavement/hardpack, but work well in loamy and deep loose dirt.

    -B
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    Quote Originally Posted by Octane
    Ahhhh, memories. I bought one about 10 years ago for $20. Riding it to the trailhead on a paved road was like floating on a vibrator. The knobs would flex on the pavement/hardpack, but work well in loamy and deep loose dirt.

    -B
    Yeah they're pretty much terrifying on pavement/hardpack.
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    Awesome tire in sandy conditions and even the snow, but the best tire I ever rode on in grass. They were the tire of choice in the mid 90s midwest dual slalom events, as most of our courses were set on grassy ski runs in the summer. I still have a front and rear kevlar bead set in the shop.

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