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will they s 12 work for me i live in vermont and ride on trails with rocks loose dirt and packed, and very little sand, ashaplt

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They wear very quickly on pavement. Heavy rock roads chew them up. They work very well for their intended purpose but pavement and lots of rock require frequent replacement.

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yes alot of them. really nice trails . i live in central vermont. 2 miles near rutland. 30 miles of trails where i live. then if i want more i go up to my cuz whos got about 800 acres. of trails fot atv and dirt bike

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yes alot of them. really nice trails . i live in central vermont. 2 miles near rutland. 30 miles of trails where i live. then if i want more i go up to my cuz whos got about 800 acres. of trails fot atv and dirt bike

Where in Rutland? I live outside Burlington and it is very hard to find trails anywhere in Vermont. Folks have been pushing for trails for years and finally have a FEW ATV trails. And then the ATV guys ban bikes from their trails. Thanks for sharing guys.

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I like the S-12 rear but not the front. The side knobs on the front chunk off too easily in rocks. The S-12 rear M-12 front is the combo I like and have been running for years. :)

I'm going to be trying the Kenda Milleville's next. I've heard good things about them and they are reasonably priced. :)

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