Kenda K292 Dune Runner Paddle Tire

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    Kenda K292 Dune Runner Paddle Tire - Black

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    Kenda K292 Dune Runner Paddle Tire

    • Horizontal paddles
    • Even hook-up, traction and pulling power
    • Fantastic sand traction
    • Easy replacement since there's no specific 'left' or 'right' designation
    • Item # 4872
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    Honda Odyssey FL350R & Kenda - K292 Dune Paddle Tires

    This is my second purchase of the Kenda dune paddle tires from Motorcycle superstore.com. The first purchase was for my Yamaha BW200 and I loved what it did in the dunes. So, it was a given to try the same tires out for my newly acquired FL350R Honda Odyssey. Let's just say with the new paddle tires my thumb was never off the throttle all day!! Thanks again for making the day at the dunes unforgettable.

    barb huff - July 20, 2009

    (fort collins, CO)

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    New paddle tire purchase (Kenda K292)

    I love the paddle tire! It made the day at the dunes so much better on my Yamaha bw200!!! Glad I found a tire that worked.

    barb huff - June 16, 2008

    (fort collins, CO)

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    great paddles

    I love these paddles; these paddles will take me anywhere I want to go. The only downside is they are heavy so in wet sand they bog me down a bit

    josh - June 16, 2008

    (grants pass, OR)
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