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Postby Mr. Wibbens » 02:34 pm Nov 05 2009

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I guess this is the tenderizer

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Postby m0rie » 02:36 pm Nov 05 2009

Ohhhh, studded tire. Going snow riding Wibby?
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Postby Mr. Wibbens » 02:57 pm Nov 05 2009

No

We rode with an A rider last weekend

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Postby Julien D » 07:56 pm Nov 05 2009

Nice! That's one heck of a tire you got there. Looks like fun was had!
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Postby Mr. Wibbens » 08:06 pm Nov 05 2009

Not my tire
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Postby skipro3 » 08:09 pm Nov 05 2009

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Mr. Wibbens wrote:No

We rode with an A rider last weekend

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You mean another besides me?
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Postby Mr. Wibbens » 08:39 pm Nov 05 2009

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Mr. Wibbens wrote:No

We rode with an A rider last weekend

:prayer:


You mean another besides me?


:lol:

Only thing you guys had in common was the model of bike! (except his din't sound like a weedeater all bound up)

We were the ones whining "I can't!"
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Postby skipro3 » 01:45 am Nov 06 2009

Are you going to give studs a try?
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Postby fuzzy » 09:05 am Nov 06 2009

So the 250A rider likes that studded tire?
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Postby canyncarvr » 11:42 am Nov 06 2009

I rode with a rider too. I also rode a rider other than the first one.

Hey! That 'A' rider didn't get run over at the top of 'Choker' only 'cuz I bailed to keep from using him for traction.

It's a Trelleborg tire in the pic. He said M5Bs were an excellent tire choice for the process.


The one place he had zero trouble where a regular tire would've was in wet clay..the kind of goo squeezing out of Wibby's chain guard.

Anyway...the guy said the Trelleborg sidewall was too stiff for his liking ride-wise.

Sure had a LOT of studs in it. I've not seen anyone with a studded tire that put multiple studs in most..and at least one stud in every single knob.

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Postby Mr. Wibbens » 12:30 pm Nov 06 2009

Can you imagine those things on wet roots and logs?
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Postby canyncarvr » 12:47 pm Nov 06 2009

He mentioned that...said they work great! Didn't matter what angle of approach or anything..he just went over 'em.


As you mentioned (I think) I'd hate to get run over by something like that.

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Postby Mr. Wibbens » 01:06 pm Nov 06 2009

Yes too often I've been run over by your tires and sometimes even my own :shock:

But maybe with those things you'd tend not to get into those stuations?

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