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26" urban tires

Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by jellybeans, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. jellybeans

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    whats a good set?
     

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  2. Pesling

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    Schwalbe Table Top - no question
     
  3. jellybeans

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    those look like some damn sweet tires pesling
    where would you recommend buying them? for U.S
     
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    sittingduck Turbo Monkey

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    Just get some Krads, they are half the price, and the same weight - unless you can find some of the kevlar TTs.
     
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    Small Block 8 is good, get the small skinnie one.
     
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    schwalbe big apple, tioga fs100, or kenda NPJ signature tire.
     
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    You can buy them direct if your into that kind of thing... it is a bit hard to see on their website but it is there.
     
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    I`ve always been a fan of Holy Rollers myself.
     
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    I've always liked the versatility of DMR's Moto tires - rolls fast for street, with just enough grip for dirt, but for strictly urban their Transition tires look good.
     
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    Holyroller 26"x 2.2 and the Halo - Twinrails are my favorit tyres.
     
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    Schwalbe kevlar TT are almost a full pound lighter than k-rads. I put them on for a brief period but did not like the way the tire rotational/gyroscopic feel changed. I put the k-rads back on. But that is just me.
     
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    im likin the motos. great for street, but dont have to change my tires to hit the jumps
     
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    my favorite set ups are:
    fs100 or kiniptions for pure park
    fs100 w/ a front table top kevlar for street/park/dirt
    dual table tops for all around
    dual holly rollers for awesome drifts on anything
    hookworms for hucking gnar stairs
     
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    I can agree with that, although if you get the blacks ones (twinrails)you should run 90+ psi, the green and pink ones have thicker sidewalls evidently.

    Hook worms only if your doing some hardcore stairs or maybe some trialsy stuff.
     
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    twin rails,, good grip, and roll fast..