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Tire Preferences

Jetboy

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If folks are switching from the Michelon Pilot Sport Zero Pressure tires what have you found to be a good alternative?
 

b_pappy

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If folks are switching from the Michelon Pilot Sport Zero Pressure tires what have you found to be a good alternative?
I assume you still want to keep the run-flat technology? If that is the case I think the Michelin's are about the best choice.
Bruce
 

standby-V

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Kent, I have been running Dunlop V treads which are very sticky during the summer and get me off the line like a jack rabbit, but in the winter they harden up which I imagine most tires do and can burn rubber for a block. They don't make run flats in 20" tires. I think Michelon does now, but don't wear as well.
If folks are switching from the Michelon Pilot Sport Zero Pressure tires what have you found to be a good alternative?
 

Jetboy

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I wanted to stick with the run flats and had been happy with the Michelons so that is what I ended up sticking with.
 

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