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Eastern Bikes Fuquay Flyer Tire

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Eastern Bikes Fuquay Flyer Tire Eastern-2013-Tire-FF-Tanwall-Detailed
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“Came on craigslist bike”

The Good: soft and wide, forgiving

The Bad: slippery and low psi

Overall Review:

It doesn't feel like typical rubber, very soft felt feel. Landing front tire first doesn't hurt because of the wide tire and the low psi.

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“Good Tire for 15 bucks even better tire if you get the High PSI Designed by Kenda”

The Good: Kenda design , fat ,an grippy

The Bad: Nothing much I can say rode this tire from new to bald from tire sliders. 1 thorn flat , I dont know why everyone says flats? all tires around 20 oz are gonna be thin.

Overall Review: Great tire for the price. Great look. I run my OEMs at 65 psi ,15 over what it recommends but they feel really nice then. Was thinking of buying the kevlar version so I could see what they feel like at 100!

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“very, VERY rubbish tire!”

The Good: grippy, very fat and looks good .

The Bad: gets a puncher every mostly every time i ride, very thin.

Overall Review: i would not recomend anyone to buy this product due to the fact that it is a very soppy tire. if you buy an eastern bike, that comes with the frequency tires then ride them, but if your looking at getting a cheap tire get the demolition momentum is the one! my m8 rides it and he loves it.

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“2 flats back to back”

The Good: has real good grip has barley any rolling resistance

The Bad: flats are bound to happen between a few days of riding, very thin

Overall Review: ive had these tires or about a week now and so far this is my 2nd flat. i dont recommend this for anyone who rides street. the tires hold 40-50 i ride 45-50 and just by hitting a curb end i popped the tire

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Specifications

Purpose Designed for Street Use
Sizes 20 x 2.3"
Bead OEM Wire, Hi-Pressure Wire, Kevlar Hi-Pressure Available
Thread Count Hi-Pressure Wire & Kevlar Hi-Pressure Utilize an Iron Cap Layer in Conjuction w/ Normal Casing for Higher Thread Count & Lighter Weight
Maximum Pressure OEM 40-60 PSI, Hi-Pressure & Kevlar up to 100 PSI
Colors Black, Skin Wall (in Hi-Pressure only)
Weight

OEM: 1 lb 8 oz (680 g)

Hi-Pressure Wire: 1 lb 7.7 oz (672 g)

Hi-Pressure Kevlar: 1 lb 5.8 oz (618 g)

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