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Old 03-09-2004, 01:07 AM
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Default 2 Ply vs 4 Ply vs 6 Ply - tires

For my 350X. Would someone explain the difference? Thanks
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:11 AM
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Default 2 Ply vs 4 Ply vs 6 Ply - tires

the thicker the better. 2 ply, would be really thin, good for dirt tracks, some trails. 4 ply, good for rough trails, maby rocks? 6ply, are really thick. and arent cheap, well from my shopping experience. I just bought new tires for my 350x last night, want there site? i got some dunlops, 23x8x11 in the front, and 20x10x9 in the back.
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:15 AM
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Default 2 Ply vs 4 Ply vs 6 Ply - tires

Here, CLICK ME for the tire site. check out the dunlop tires, and look for the KT576 Front tire, and the KT577A Rear tire. there good for trail riding, and are 2 inches smaller in the back then the orginial tires, and look more square, and not balloned!
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