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|3rd August 2010, 05:28||#151|
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Pl give us a review on Speedways tyres. I think after EXAM, you would have fairly good idea about how they behave on different surfaces.
|3rd August 2010, 09:59||#152|
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I have not used them on rocky terrain so cannot comment on how they perform on that kind of surface. My fear is on rocks you could possibly rip the ribs out. Lets see will post details as and when I use them on such surfaces. Considering forest trails in monsoon are my first choice for offroading these seem to suit my requirement perfectly.
I had another set of radials for highway and I find this combo the ultimate. Radials for highway and R1 for offroad.
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