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4/27/2015 3:44 PM

I'm a lot more into grinding and this Aitken tire just won't slide good

Which ones should I get out of these:

BSD donnasqueaks in 2.25 RED

Eclat ridgestone slick 2.3 BLUE

Both for front and back

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4/27/2015 3:57 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/27/2015 3:59 PM

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4/27/2015 3:58 PM

my donnasqueaks are feeling nice, grinds are great, and it actually has some decent tread on it so it grips

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4/27/2015 4:07 PM

bmxsteve99 wrote:

my donnasqueaks are feeling nice, grinds are great, and it actually has some decent tread on it so it grips

Thanks man, anyone have an opinion on the eclat tire?

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4/27/2015 4:40 PM

Are you doing tire grinds or something ?

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4/27/2015 4:48 PM

My Momentums work fine. I would bet it is the 8 million inch wide tires that are the bees knees these days.

I remember back in the day when 2 inch wide tires were HUGE. And we didn't stick on grinds with them. Also dropouts acted as hubguards because they were large. it was lovely.

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4/27/2015 8:53 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/27/2015 8:56 PM

I've been riding 1.95 hoffman rotator tires the last year , rode the other bike tonight with fly ruban dirt tires 2.35 front and 2.25 rear , felt like I was driving a god damn monster truck but so much more sluggish and didn't feel as fast even pumped up high , trying some 2.1 eastern burnouts soon never rode a slick I'm hoping they go fast and grip enough but time will tell

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4/27/2015 9:25 PM

Get some skinny Shadow Valor tires. 2.2 front and back. You'll still have a nice amount of tire to balance on and as long as you have guards you shouldn't stick.

Smaller tires have more clearance. But if you're like me you do a lot of manual variations and like the feel of bigger tires, Dugans, Donnasharts, etc. are all good choices.

The best tires ever are still Shadow Valor tires and you should get some because they last for ages and are fast and still grip everything perfectly.Never get flats either, especially with the 2.4s.

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4/27/2015 10:06 PM

BSD DONNASQUEAKS ARE THE BEST TIRE EVER 10/10 I KNOW THEY ARE JUST A CULT REMAKE BUT WOW VERY BEAUTIFUL LOVELY TIRE

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4/27/2015 10:09 PM

I'm waiting for brian fosters merritt tire.

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4/28/2015 1:44 AM

Ur leaning too much into ur grinds, the aitkens r fine. If u really don't want tyre rub then get 2.10.

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4/28/2015 3:48 AM

dave lawrence wrote:

My Momentums work fine. I would bet it is the 8 million inch wide tires that are the bees knees these days.

I remember back in the day when 2 inch wide tires were HUGE. And we didn't stick on grinds with them. Also dropouts acted as hubguards because they were large. it was lovely.

Lovely minus trying to get them things off the rim

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4/28/2015 6:27 AM

brianoob wrote:

Ur leaning too much into ur grinds, the aitkens r fine. If u really don't want tyre rub then get 2.10.

This

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4/28/2015 7:01 AM

I ran the ridgestones for a lil while, loved them. I got normal black so iunno how the coloured variants differ, but mine were super grippy and if you give a shit, they had one hell of a chirp to them. Like you turn, they;ll probably squeek. But yeah, i had the traction up front (which looks sooooooooo fucking nice) and the slick in the back. Tbh, i preferred the traction over the slick, but both were great, cant go wrong on em. I ride extreamly dusty metal ramps, as a comparison, my fit t/as slip out more than a guy with a tiny dick tryin to shag a bucket.

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4/28/2015 7:05 AM

dave lawrence wrote:

My Momentums work fine. I would bet it is the 8 million inch wide tires that are the bees knees these days.

I remember back in the day when 2 inch wide tires were HUGE. And we didn't stick on grinds with them. Also dropouts acted as hubguards because they were large. it was lovely.

OneGuyIlluminatiEye wrote:

Lovely minus trying to get them things off the rim

Momentums? Or the 2 inch wide tires?

The ONLY ones I had trouble with were Primo Walls. Awful to remove from a Hazard triple wall.

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