|12-01-2006, 02:06 PM||#1|
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I am: Sean H
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Niagara offroad setup
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well if the humidity stays the same it's tacky clay. so the best things is very low profile that will allow some clay to stick to the tire then act as an onroad tire and give tacky tires to tacky clay traction. it's really superb,
if it gets drier, it'll still be low profile. you'll just have to clean out the dirt from within the groves of the tire.
it's really like onroad with bumps and it's relatively soft, like you can feel it give a bit when you walk on it.
I was using tiny hole shots and they didn't rip off, they just filled up and then it was awesome.
to clean them, just wait an hour or so until the darkness starts to go out of the clay on the tires and then by bending the rubber, it just falls off and leaves a clean tire for the next time.
hope this helps
I was running a stock 27 "Monster" and it was really great.
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