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    Tires and pressure

    What kind of tires and pressure is everyone running? Do you swap out your tires or change pressure for different conditions, or stick to a particular tire/pressure?

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    DH tires and pressures are as follows.

    Front: Kenda Blue Groove 26 x 2.7 18-20psi - used for any condition.
    Rear: Kenda Kolossal 24 x 2.6 32-35psi - used for all conditions except Big Bear for that..
    Rear: Kenda Nevegal 24 x 2.5 32-35psi - used for Big Bear specifically; deep tread sticks better in the loose powder that Big Bear is known for.

    Blue Groove


    Kolossal


    Nevegal

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    my maxxis

    on my DJ maxxis hasel????? st 26x2.35 DH 2ply dirt 26psi front 30-32psi rear street 35psi front 40psi rear

    DH bike minion st 26x2.5 25psi front 26x2.5 rear 27psi

    I don't change the rubber hard with stans and they work for what I want to do with the bikes. I like maxxis alot for some reason and will not use anything else. They never have given me anything and I dont know anyone their just like the brand. You might like something else.

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