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Old 07-11-03, 06:46 PM   #1
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Maxxis Tyres - High Rollers or Mobsters?

Since i got a new bike, i have needed to get some new tyres. I am looking at Maxxis High Rollers and Mobsters. Can anyone help me on choosing cos i'm not sure which set is better.
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Neither....they kind of have different purposes. One is very high and excellent rolling speed while the other is stickier. I run a highroller in the front as it has some serious kickass traction for turning and I run a mobster on the back because it has a thick sidewall with tonnes of dig in traction and its sticky which is good for wood and rain. Most people I know run that setup IF they run maxxis
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