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  1. #1
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    Enduro Pro D2 on Shiggy's site?

    Anybody try these tires? I liked/like the original Enduro Pros that did not get ripped lugs by just looking at them.

    I am leaning toward Nevegal 2.35 Stick-E for rear, and have not decided on same or Blue Groove for front.

    I am looking for max control at a place where trail tread is mostly hard pack, with often wet rocks that spoil the fun.

    I do not care about wear of sticky rubber compared to wearing down my skin and bruises etc...

    Thanks for any comments.

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    The new Enduro is a completely different tire than the old Enduro. I only have a couple of rides on it so far and it is working well. Seems better on looser soil than hardpack.

    If you ride mostly hardpack think about using the Blue Groove on both ends.
    The trouble with common sense is it is no longer common

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