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    Re: DOT Knobby's


    Quote Originally Posted by Chippertheripper View Post
    And a fair amount of baby powder to slip the thing inside your sneaker.
    yes, they are a f'in bish to deal with. especially if you pair them with a super-stiff sidewalled tire. language gets thrown

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhbubba View Post
    The MT 16 is available in both 120/100 and 120/90-18? That's crazy. Seems like such a subtle difference. IMO you are overthinking it. Pick the cheapest or easiest to source and buy.

    I'm running the MT16 rear in 110/100-18 on my KTM 200. I like it. Although I think the 200 favors a narrower tire than larger bikes.
    I'm running the Golden GT 216AA "fatty" in 90/100-21 up front and like it a lot, if you were curious.

    I ran a couple IRC tires that the PO handed me when I bought the bike before that and like this Golden/MT16 combo much better.



    For DOTs I've run the Dunlop D606 and liked them a lot. Great choice for a dual-sport, IMO.
    Yes I heard of golden tyre from a rider I meet. I looked into them and the one you have. Going to try it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayspeed View Post
    Yes I heard of golden tyre from a rider I meet. I looked into them and the one you have. Going to try it out!
    heads up, Shinko came out with a dupe of the Golden Fatty ... Shinko 216MX Fatty ... it's like HALF the price. reviews seem to be good ... eats for brain

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    Re: DOT Knobby's

    Say.. that's good to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhbubba View Post
    Say.. that's good to know.
    AOMC Newsletter:
    The rumors are true! Shinko is now producing an exact copy (except logos) of the extremely popular Goldentyre Fatty front. The 216 MX from Shinko is even produced in the same factory as the Goldentyre. The only difference between the two are the logos and the price, save $20 by going with the Shinko over the Goldentyre. Get yours now before the word gets out and they are gone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayspeed View Post
    This season for the first time in my life I got failed for having a spongy rear brake and had to change the fluid to pass on my monster. Just trying to follow the rules and have a good tire.
    Take the bikes to McKenzie motors on Lincoln St in Allston for inspection. They are not as picky as some of the other places. As for tire choices, looks like you made up your mind. I was going to suggst Pirelli Mt21 (90% dirt) which I had on my crf230L. They were decent on road and good off road. A common ADVrider combo is D606 rear with MT21 front since the D606 front sucks.

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