What Front Tire Do You Like

Keep in mind that "soft terrain" tires are actually made with a harder, less flexible rubber compound than "hard terrain" tires. This is one reason why they may tend to chunk a little more readily in rocky conditions.

Another good front tire is the Bridgestone M59. Great traction in all areas.

M12 front and S12 rear. nough said........


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