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Contact these folks and see what they've got that'll work on your Stornello.If they don't have it they can get it, and if they can't get it, it probably doesn't exist.Good luck. https://www.americanmototire.com/
You can run a 110-80/19 up front. That opens up some choices.
19" tire on an 18" rim, that's a neat trick
I'm trying out a pair of Heidenau K73s on my Griso for the trip to Arcticthey are sort of knobby but nothing like the K70 of the same brandThey are a bias tire with more of a round profile which I believe will work better in the gravel of the Dempster.
Ok I've got to ask...this may be a noob type question but what's the difference between a front tire and a rear one? I actually love the look of equal sizes front and rear but I'm not buying new rims. I am open to the idea of running a small "rear" tire on the front provided there aren't major drawbacks.What about bias vs radials? I remember putting bias plys on my 59 Edsel because I loved the wide whites and the basic tread pattern. Man they rode like absolute garbage. It's to my understanding you get the best ride out of a radial tire. Am I wrong? Thanks for the suggestions. That website is way better than the ones I was using.
Where you headed KR..?
Reason for reversing a rear tire when mounted in front is that you want acceleration traction at the rear and braking traction at the front.
I'd say get the tire to match your riding.
AMT is great for buying tires. Great prices and fast shipping. Trying to get ahold of AMT is where they call extremely short. When ordering from them double check your order before hitting the submit button. I order a wrong size tire over a month ago and am still wait for a response. To the OP if you were truly OCD you�d have typed it as CDO
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