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The V7III Rough comes with Pirelli MT-60s.
I've been very happy with the Bridgestone A41 90/10 tires and they are reasonably priced. Try Dennis Kirk.
I am thinking of getting some Continental TKC 70 The only problem is the 110/80R-18 only.
The A41 or the A41S?
The original Pirelli rear lasted 4800 miles; the front made it to about 16,000 miles.
I don't know why you want slow dry. Remembe,r you can only do about 3-4 nipples at a time. It might take you 3 weeks.
Because the slower the cure the stronger the grip..Just from using 5200 over the years.. Once the set is made I can move on to the next batch It will be in Jan. so time to cure.. Doing both wheels at a time will speed up things. .The wheel will also take a set in front of my Pellet stove in the shop..
I really want to try this one day.
Hard to go wrong with those. They mount up real nice, and are made in Germany.. I am hoping the Pirelli RS front is made there too..I like straight radials on both ends. They are all over the map in our sizes .. I did go 110/80R18 with the Pirelli to keep radial, and the Conti R3 in 100/90R18
I'm approaching time for new tires, and I've started looking at other options since nobody seems to have the Conti RA3 in stock for both wheels. I ride all year in New England and don't own a car...I try to stay off the roads when there's snow, but cold and rain are common. I feel like a 90/10 type tire would be nice for the occasional dirt/gravel road, like I sometimes see if I ride to Vermont. The Metzeler RoadTec 01 sounds like it's made exactly for my use case, but I haven't been able to find a matching pair yet. The Scorpion Trail 2 seems to be readily available, but I don't know if it would be as good of a fit for my purposes.Thoughts? Other better recommendations?
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