Duro DI2025 Power Grip Front/Rear Tire

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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 from being punctured and rim from being damaged
  • Tubeless
  • Item # 26413
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Overall Rating: 4.75 of 5

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Squeezed it on my TW200

Put it on a tw200, works great, just followed some online postings of a couple mods to make it work.

Jon - May 6, 2016

(eureka, CA)

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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.

bob - December 18, 2015

(washburn, WI)

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TW200 upgrade

This tire happens to be one of the few available in the 26-8-14 size that will fit on the stock TW200 rear rim, for riders who want something more aggressive than the 50/50 stock tire. The beads do need to be trimmed about 1/4", and don't be stingy with the lube when seating the beads. Be patient, air up and down a few times, I got both to seat with less than 60 psi. The tire clears the swingarm without any modifications. Unstoppable off-road and pushes this little trail bike anywhere you point it. Mud, sand, gnarly hills, rock gardens, it tractors it's way through. It's obviously not a DOT tire, but street handling is surprisingly decent for the speeds this bike can attain. It wanders a bit if pushed hard through a corner, but that's to be expected. Didn't really affect top speed either, despite the chunky lug and higher weight. If you do serious off-roading with your TW, this is the tire to have.

Ryan - October 15, 2015

(Albany, NY)

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Excellent tire

Tire is great in all trail riding,hill climbing and mud.

Robert - August 27, 2012

(Raymond, IL)