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DI2025 Power Grip Front/Rear Tire
$125.00 - $152.85
You save up to $19.51 (11%)
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Duro DI2025 Power Grip Front/Rear Tire Features: Radial tire helps alleviate hard impact and boost driving comfort when riding on rough trails Innovative sidewall design keeps shoulder ...
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DI2005 Black Hawk II Front/Rear Tire
$49.99 - $58.95
You save up to $8.00 (11%)
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Duro DI2005 Black Hawk II Front Rear Tire Features: Popular among OEM and replacement market Curved lug design offers excellent traction, clean-out and a smooth, stable ride Excellent...
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HF290 Front-Rear Scooter Tire
$52.99 - $57.99
You save up to $15.96 (21%)
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Duro HF290 Front/Rear Scooter Tire Economical scooter tires available in four different sizes Directional arrow-shaped pattern enhances water evacuation and stability 4-ply J-rated fo...
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HF274 Excavator Front/Rear Tire
$121.95
You save $7.00 (5%)
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Duro HF274 Excavator Front/Rear Tire Features: The biggest, baddest, meanest ATV tire ever made All the traction you need to plow fields, dig ditches and rip out small trees by the root...
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HF243 Mud/Snow Front/Rear Tire
$74.99
You save $31.96 (29%)
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Duro HF243 Mud/Snow Front/Rear Tire Features: Rugged construction will get you there and back Features a popular tread design that's great for swamp touring or running up the dunes Wo...
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HF240A Front/Rear Tire
$46.95 - $91.95
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Duro HF240A Front/Rear Tire Features: Great for riding on Sand Super-rugged lightweight tire with extra-stiff sidewalls designed specifically for open-country racing Tread pattern off...
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Duro Hook-Up Radial Front Tire Features: Optimal steering is provided by the innovative tread design Includes horizontal tread placement for the superb braking Gets road-like grip on ...
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Duro Hook-Up Radial Rear Tire Features: Innovative tread design for optimal steering; horizontal tread placement for excellent braking Groove design provides road-like grip on soft sur...

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bob (washburn )

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tw200 tire upgrade

Say ryan of Albany ny, how much clearance did you have with this tire on the front right edge of the tire to the rear fork also did you use a tube my 27x7-14 deep lug nanco is about wore out and needs replacing. Thanks.

Kevin (Tega Cay )

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1995 1200 Sportster

I LOVE these tires. I've put about 5000 on them, mostly road but some dirt roads, gravel and grass. They work flawlessly. I am running them tubeless with no issues at all. I've been in the rain with no trouble and I've even had a flat tire. An industrial staple punched TWO holes in one of the nobbies. I think maybe just one side went all the way through to deflate the tire but I repaired both holes. 1000 miles later no problems. I'm not seeing bad wear at all but will probably replace the rear tire next summer just to keep them fresh. I commute on this bike so I put around 10k a year on the bike. Again, I LOVE THESE TIRES!

Bernie (oregon city )

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Duro sand tire

I have a Dazon 150cc buggy and this tire works great in sand and snow with the limited HP I have.

Mac (Lake Placid )

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Duro HF 903 front tire

Mounted a pair of 903 tires to my Moto Guzzi Quota 1100 and never did like the front from my first ride. At slow speed it felt like the tire was flat making it hard to steer. Once on your way all was fine and it handled the twisties well. Now with about 3000 miles the front is cupping badly and I have ordered a replacement Shinko today. All the while the back has performed very well and is still looking good.

Travis (weston )

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Excavator

I bought my quad with these tires on it as it was mainly used for utility. I ride my quad now on pretty much all pavement and hardpack which these tires are really not good on. If you have an all time 4x4 I would also be careful with these cause they tend to eat up the tread quick. Excellent in snow as well as just doing work like towing cut down trees.

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