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Old 05-03-05, 08:19 AM   #1
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can you guys go here and tell me what you think...........

Can I put Road Tires on this..........

thanks and dont get mad because it is a mix between mt biking and road biking.............thank again
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Old 05-03-05, 08:34 AM   #2
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Mountain Bike or Hyrbrid? 1st Post!

This should answer your question. It is basically the same question.
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you can put road tires on the hardcrock and mtb tires on the marin...that was your question right?
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Old 05-03-05, 05:58 PM   #5
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are you going to respond or just do nothing..............lol
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are you going to respond or just do nothing..............lol
You got an answer what more do you want?
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Old 05-04-05, 05:51 AM   #7
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well yeah oh ok thanks
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Of course you can. I put Continentals town & country tires on my 930 for a couple of years for riding to work. Rolls much better than the MTB tires. Still have them on wheels to put on the FSR in case my wife wants us to do a road ride. She even has a much higher pressure, skinny tire on her mtb - because she really like the bike, but does mostly on road or multiuse path riding.
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Of course you can. I put Continentals town & country tires on my 930 for a couple of years for riding to work. Rolls much better than the MTB tires. Still have them on wheels to put on the FSR in case my wife wants us to do a road ride. She even has a much higher pressure, skinny tire on her mtb - because she really likes the bike, but does mostly on road or multiuse path riding.
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cool I am going to buy the hardrock comp disc and then put some road tires with good wheels on it if I need to ride on the raoad
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