which tires are better Donnastreets or Squeaks

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9/16/2017 10:33 PM

I've ridden both tires, and I feel the streets have much more grip but much heavier and they lose their grip faster. But the squeaks were noisier and the had grip for a longer amount of time but not as much.... whats your guys opinion?

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9/16/2017 10:36 PM

Hmmhm streets just came out . Hard to get a set review yet .

As for squeaks , no joke probably EVERY Vancouver local has had them at one point , and no one has had anything bad to say . I had them and I have been impressed .

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9/16/2017 10:49 PM

Brayden_Buckingham wrote:

Hmmhm streets just came out . Hard to get a set review yet .

As for squeaks , no joke probably EVERY Vancouver local has had ...more

You are on here a lot huh? I saw one of your comments on these tires form a post a long time ago also on a post fro 2014 lol

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9/16/2017 11:05 PM

Dhornback wrote:

You are on here a lot huh? I saw one of your comments on these tires form a post a long time ago also on a post fro 2014 lol

Ya well I work all the time , if I'm too tired or sore to ride I'll just hop on here and get my dose of BMX . Good people on this site . Plus it's funny to see people get upset over little things like certain members haha .

I had grey squeaks back then . I actually wouldn't mind picking up another pair . How heavy are the new streets ? My T1 tires feel amazing but are heavy as shit . Wouldn't mind a lighter pair . Pretty sure my bike is at 30lbs + easily

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9/17/2017 12:06 AM

Donnasqueaks are awesome! Never had the Donnastreets but I think out of both the Donnasqueaks are probably better for more surfaces because they actually have tread lol....

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9/17/2017 12:19 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/17/2017 12:54 AM

I run both at the moment, a 2.3" donnastreet on the back and a 2.4" squeak up front. Perfect combo.

The donnastreet is an excellent back tyre, I like the hard slick band on the side, grinds feels smooth and hard 180's are a little easier, I also do way too much ghost feebles on sidewalks and the tyre sidewall is just like new when a donnasqueak would show some serious wear.
I found it less grippy than a donnasqueak, not really an issue for the back and tyre slides feels cool but I wouldn't trust it 100% up front carving a concrete bowl, so I keep a good old donnasqueak there.

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