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https://fortnine.ca/en/cst-cu07-behe...port-rear-tire ..... think iam gona buy thes tires what u think
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dam computers ..... its a bridgestone TW52.... and a cst cu07 behemoth atv tire i try to get pics...
I think he meant this link:
I think that tire should be fine.
It reminds me of the shinko 244
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1989 TW200 - replaced almost everything!
There may be better tires out there for the same money...
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There certainly are better tires out there for less money in my opinion.
The cst cu07 in a 26x9x14 will likely require extending the swing arm for good clearance. I would suggest budgeting a bigger rear sprocket along with the swing arm extension should you order the 27 inch tall CST.
A Duro Powergrip in a 26x8x14 should set you back less than $100 & will fit w/o swing arm modifications and the resultant drive ratio changes are only ~ 26.5/25.5, or ~4% more street oriented than stock. I would still go up 10% or so on rear sprocket's tooth count to overcome parasitic drag and rotational inertia of the heavier tire, as well as to get a bit of torque multiplication to better utilize that extra traction if you do get into the loose soil conditions that justify an ATV tire.
As far as the front tire goes I always question people's choice of a MX style rear tire designed to churn and provide forward thrust while spinning relative to the ground over a tire designed for cornering and lateral stability while hooked up. My TW is not front wheel drive and as such never churns generating forward thrust. Knobby fronts just give a knobby ride in my opinion.
To each their own, but I am just responding to the OP's "what u think".
Last edited by Fred; 03-10-2017 at 01:30 PM.
thanks for the input,,, i think i will take another look that rear tire is like 10lbs heaver
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I really don't have a problem with the rear TW34. It seems to work pretty well.
I know it's not as aggressive looking as the most atv tires but the big weight difference has kept me from pursuing the trailer, or other 12", rear wheel/tire combo. But you always want to do more with these things and tires can make a big difference.
I have the sr241 front and a stock front TW31 and it's a very noticeable improvement, to me, between the two on and off road. I'd use that front with whatever rear you went with.
great info....i think i will get a 241 and a oem rear tire................and look at a trailer wheel mod and just change it when i want to play in the swamp.....