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has any one tryed them. do they work?

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I have them on 450 and they work great. I have not tried changing a tire with them, I had them put on at the dealers, so I don't know if it is possible to put them on at home yet. No flats though. Very nice. I have about 800 miles plus on them. They feel like about 12-13 psi.

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I run the Michelin mousse foams and love them. Last year, I probably got 15 flats. If you plan on changing them yourself, make sure you buy 5 sets of needle nose vice grips. Once you learn the technique, they aren't much harder than using tubes.

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Since many years i use the michelin bib mousse on the rear tire (120 x 90 x 18) together with the michelin enduro III. excellent choice! never had any problems! for the front wheel i use the thick "Kyoto" pneumatics (4mm), they work well, too.

As far as i know, Pirelli and Michelin are the only producers of these "foams". it seems that you can't mix Pirelli mousse with Michelin tires or vice versa. they don't fit, but i'm not sure if that is true.

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