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Any experience with the K.O.T.???

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by DirtEveryDay, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. DirtEveryDay

    DirtEveryDay Turbo Monkey

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    The King Of Traction...


    It looks like two things to me: A Wetscream with cut center lugs and a Bluegroove with REAL shoulder lugs and only half as many of them.
    In theory, the low center lugs should provide adequate rolling and the shoulder spikes should dig the soft stuff up nicely. Assuming they're not TOO soft.
    Says they're Dual Layer Rubber(DLR) and for wet/muddy and soft/loose.
    Can't go wrong with soft, wet, and loose, as long as you've got the tools to get the job done...right? Is this the tool, though?
    Spring is on the way, and I wanna throw some sh*t(while not picking myself up every 10)!
     

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    Last season we had a deal with Kenda, and they were never able to deliver the KOT's, El Moco's, Telonix, or the Excavators. It was really crap in our opinion. Most of us ended up on Maxxis stuff.
     
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    That's what's up with me now, just got some support and seeing what they've got. I've always run Kendas until I switched to Michelins like 3 weeks ago and now I'm goin back to Kenda! Seems like their street and hardpack tires are dialed, but I don't know anything about the new line of stuff, all the Sig models...