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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-16-2003, 09:00 PM
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Banshee tires

Ok, after riding my banshee for a few days i have come to the conclusion that my rears tires are crap. They are the stock rear tires and they are a bit worn so I dont get to much traction. I was riding a freind of mines blaster and it gets alot better traction with just the stock tires than my banshee does. I realize that banshee's spin alot and even with good tires im still going to spin but more traction is needed. I have been looking at at the ITP holeshot, Maxxis razr and the Kenda Klaw rear tires. I have heard good things about all of them... Does anyone have one of those? Any other idea's? Whats a good rear tire?

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Turf tamer and fast trekker, personal favorites.
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I have a set of the cut Turf Tamers on the back of my 250r, and I can't seem to get any traction with those tires unless I am on a prefectly groomed track, or just as the trails are starting to dry out after it rains. My next set of tires will be the Razors.
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turf tamers are a hard pack track tire...id say get holeshots on all the corners..they are a quality tire
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razrs, holeshots, and kenda klaws are very impressive and weight shaving performance tire...great bite and long lasting
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The razors are less expensive than the Holeshots. they are good tires.
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Your in michigan, Michigan trail riding=sand. I have holeshots right now. Get the kenda klaws, they work on everything like the other two, but are better in sand.

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