Looking for a set of Rear tires for my Polaris Phoenix. Size is 20x10x9 need asap thanks. Local I found new for $68.00 each for a holeshot clone.
Thanks but sounds like what I have on there now, lol. I may just bite the bullet and order the kutters for it at Rockymountain. for $76.99. I know I paid under $75.00 each for mine awhile back, now there like $91.99 each!got some stock wore out 400ex tires id give you but they have very little tread maybe 1/4 inch left,i have no pic s right at this time you prolly wouldnt be interested!:xx:
Tires are made from oil. Oil prices go up and therefore tires as well. It takes 10 gallons of crude oil to produce one passenger car tire. Now you know why we are fighting all these wars in oil lands! Oops my bad, its because of weapons of mass destruction. Now I remember.:lol:Thanks but sounds like what I have on there now, lol. I may just bite the bullet and order the kutters for it at Rockymountain. for $76.99. I know I paid under $75.00 each for mine awhile back, now there like $91.99 each!
I got a hold of discount tires. And there price was $79.00 a tire. And they beat the other price of 60.89 each. So 2 tires shipped for $129.00 Bruce said they'd be here Monday, to bad I didn't order a few days back.
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Excellent, let us know your opinion of the GBC X-Rex when you get some seat time with them.
Sorry to hear you are having a hard time getting the bead to set.
The extra width should not be a problem. I have heard of people using a soap and water solution to help at times. Another method is to use a ratchet strap tight around the middle of the tire, then let it sit in the sun at full pressure. Some people even bounce the tire like a basketball.
Let us know if this works.
Okay thanks, and tire's look awesome. Hard to believe even with bead not set all the way they held air to ride a couple days! Once there right I will let them down to 4 lbs where there supposed to be. I'm sure I will have it fixed before my next ride labor day weekend!You may have to take it off ans start again. I have not heard of such a stubborn tire. The strap may help to force more pressure to the side walls.