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    I like these , bates baja

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    Supertjeduc---still one mean looking machine---love it !

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    Awesome thread and I'm really liking the roasts for the haters.

    Dual sport tires so I hope it still fits in here. Not a lot of aggressive tread options for my rear wheel size. Shinko 705 up front and Kenda K671 in rear.

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    Looks to be a lot of Shinko 705 and Kenda K671. Aren't they both Bias ply tires? How do they handle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyodho View Post
    Awesome thread and I'm really liking the roasts for the haters.

    Dual sport tires so I hope it still fits in here. Not a lot of aggressive tread options for my rear wheel size. Shinko 705 up front and Kenda K671 in rear.
    I like it

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    Super anywhere in the states they sell those bates ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slinginrods View Post
    Super anywhere in the states they sell those bates ?
    Don't know , i have got them here
    https://www.wwag.com/cgi-bin/WebObje...h&page=!125598

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    pirellie mt 43 pro trials on the rear Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyodho View Post
    Awesome thread and I'm really liking the roasts for the haters.

    Dual sport tires so I hope it still fits in here. Not a lot of aggressive tread options for my rear wheel size. Shinko 705 up front and Kenda K671 in rear.
    Isnt that a rear tire on the front? How's it wearing and how does it handle the streets? I'm about to order the k761 for my vlx

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    Planning on running these on my Yamaha roadstar bobber. Both are rear tires should I run the front one backwards?

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    Did you run a rear on the front... If so is it reverse rotation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sickdoglee View Post
    Did you run a rear on the front... If so is it reverse rotation?
    You do realize this thread is 5 years old................ Why not ask your question on the main forum????????????

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    I must be missing something because..

    Don't they turn the same direction regardless which end of they're bike they're on?

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    yes, but tyre rotation is against the forces the tyre undergoes when in use,
    a rear tyre rotating is driven by the motor so they are built at the factory to handle the power IF used in the one powered direction,
    Front tyres will be made to have their strength under breaking, which is the reverse direction than a driven wheel,
    so if you fit a rear to the front (I wouldn't do that anyway, I fit the correct tyres for my needs) you reverse the fitment arrows so the tyre is stronger under breaking.
    it isn't advisable to do this for other reasons as well, tread pattern not condusive to good handling when reversed etc & here at least in England it is something the Cops look for, & during an MOT (inspection),
    personally I do not like the look of dirt digger tyres on a chop or road bike & they will fuck ya handling up,
    only time I used a mud plugger on a chop was when I needed to move a bike without a front wheel, I had a 21'' suzuki dirt bike wheel I used to shift it from one end of the garage to the other, but NEVER on the road
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    Just ordered some Bates Baja's from Low Brow been running dual sportClick image for larger version. 

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