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Tyre advice

Discussion in 'Off Roading' started by Salisbury Nick, Nov 27, 2021.

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  1. Salisbury Nick

    Salisbury Nick Well-Known Member

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    Now then, just watch out for older tyres on eBay. I'd go for the insa Turbo type just for the ruff stuff.
     
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    Have on these and have a few mates with them. They should be fine for most normal laning. They are more of an aggressive All Terrain than an out and out Mud Terrain. But will pay dividend with good all round road manners.
     
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    That sounds pretty good to me. Thanks, really useful help.
     
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    I used run these on a mk2 shogun, I was really happy with them and good on road. Would happily run them again
     
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