Tires for dirt jumps?

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11/18/2014 4:29 PM

Hey i just want to know what are some good and not expensive tires for dirt jumping. Also should I ride different tires for my front/back?? I'd like for them to be on danscomp so I can get free shipping but i dont care. Thnks


11/18/2014 4:31 PM

2.35" knobby for the front, 2.1" street for the rear. Pretty much the best trails setup you can get.


11/18/2014 4:49 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/18/2014 4:52 PM

A flybikes ruben setup could be great, for the trail and also anywhere else.
A campillera 2,25 or 35 (i don't remeber the exact size) in the front and a rampera 2,15 in the back.


11/18/2014 5:14 PM

I'd say aitkens and if you're on a real budget the Demolition Machete is for sale for 17 bucks with the 2.35 option, but beware, I'd only run this as a front tire. Durability issues are common with Demolition tires. Mines doing fine, but I'm only one person.


11/18/2014 6:07 PM

Xxohioanxx wrote:

2.35" knobby for the front, 2.1" street for the rear. ...more

These definitely some of the best tires out.


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11/18/2014 6:46 PM

I run a aitken p-lyte in the front and a demo momentum in the back


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11/18/2014 7:10 PM

I run Innova IA-2127 front and back. Honestly they're a great tire brand for pretty cheap. They also offer a lot more tread styles than other brands which is cool. I've bought a couple tires from them just to try out different treads


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11/18/2014 10:52 PM

Fly rubans are good , maxis tires are good, tiogas


11/19/2014 4:47 AM

Maxis holy roller in front primo wall rear classic trails set up


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11/19/2014 5:21 AM

primo dirt monster


11/20/2014 2:03 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/20/2014 2:06 AM

I've been running a Primo Dirt Monster 2.2 front/Primo Wall 2.1 rear for a while now and it's worked pretty well for trails street and park. I live in Phoenix now, so I'm gonna be switching over to street/park tires sometime soon as the Dirt Monster slips quite a bit at higher pressures in park with relatively slick concrete. I did figure out that running both of these tires at the lowest possible pressure seems to help it alot but not completely, and it really saves your wrists as well. I ran them at 50-60psi on dirt and now I have them at like 35psi for street/park and it feels great and I'm 170lbs. Yeah it makes it a little sluggish depending on how much you weigh, but I hardly notice and it builds leg strength so I don't really worry about it. Lol. I haven't had any pinch flats and have only hit the rear rim once. I do wish my rear was also a 2.2, but it wouldn't have fit my previous frame