Resist Nomad Tires

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JUGE FREDD
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it's just the simple fact of being the drive wheel getting the torque

the only way the front tire wears faster is if you have an electric hub motor driving it, and then it gets squared off in half the time of the rear

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– akasnowmaaan

Tue, 10/01/2013 - 20:09
Todd
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I think my wear time is going to be a little faster then Orcs. I think I am at around 2,000 miles (that is a conservative estimate) on these but with a lot of gravel and dirt and nonsense. Consistently flatting once every 50 miles or so on the rear. Going to rotate the tires and see if I can push them through the end of the year.

Wed, 10/02/2013 - 09:24
eric_ssucks
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A year in. The rear is getting a little thin, but the front is the one i got a slow-leak puncture on. Probably an old tube, honestly. These are a great deal: smooth riding, round, durable.

Thu, 04/10/2014 - 15:13

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