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Old 01-07-07, 02:39 PM
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Kenda K-Rad

I am new to the BMX part of these forum and i need some help. I am currenly restoring my 1998 Ironhorse Typhoon and i just bought new tires for it. the tires i bought are Kenda K-Rad's and i was wondering if these tires will work good on a dirt roads that are compact , with some stones on them and for more rockier roads because i will mainly use the bike at a trailer park in the summer. So i was wondering if i made a good choice and take in the fact that i am a beginner at bmx but not regular biking.

Also i have bought a set of Wellgo Lu-313, if youhad any comments about these it would be appreciated.

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they shouldnt be too bad
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Dunno about the pedals, the tires should be fine
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well you already bought the tires so instead of asking us why dont you just try em out?
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The tires are good, I do trails and park, and it works for both.

I just have one on the front though.
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Old 01-07-07, 08:36 PM
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well you already bought the tires so instead of asking us why dont you just try em out?

because my whole bike is at my school autobody shop to get painted and thanks for the comments they are very helpful.
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