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    Maxxis Swampthings

    Iam thinking about buying a pair of 2.5 maxxis swampthings for the front and rear of my bike iam wondering how good these tires are if there is any people out there that have these tires could you please tell me if these are good tires, how these tires work for you and what the pros/cons are of these tires.

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  2. #2
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    Great tires for soft soil If you ride hardpack look at the HighRoller.
    Nothing to see here.

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    I have a pair of 2.1's that I olny break out for rainy, muddy conditions. They stick to everything and corner and climb well. They are especially useful around this time of year when you have a lot of wet leaves on the trail. The only drawback to them is that they add a lot of rolling resistance and are not fun to pedal up long fire roads. I can't imagine pedaling a pair of 2.5's. If you will be using them for downhill or shuttle runs they will work great.

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    I ran a 2.5 on the back of my FR HT over the winter. Mix of snow/ice/mud/dirt and it worked pretty well, soft compound nice to have when you have wet/muddy tires over roots and rocks too. I swapped it out when things dried up, since a soft compound tire will wear quickly on the rear and be worthless in soft conditions after that.

    For the right conditions they are a good choice.

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    No good in rock gardens..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SSINGA
    If you ride hardpack look at the HighRoller.


    Less isn't MOAR

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