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Old 01-26-14, 11:28 AM   #1
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Rollers, tires

I'm about ready to buy rollers, narrowed it down to either the Nashbar reduced radius or the Travel Trac Tecnique pro alloy rollers (which are on sale and no shipping). If anyone has experience with either I'd appreciate your input. Should I get trying tires or just cheap tires? Thx
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I have an older (15 y.o.) set of Performance rollers. I use my regular road tires, which are completely smooth. The rear tire wears at least as well as it does on the road, the front not at all.
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