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This is a discussion on Bearclaw HTR's on pavement within the Wheels & Tires forums, part of the General Discussions category; treated tires with crossing along on grassy surfaces which shines them up We are going need a picture of this....

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    treated tires with crossing along on grassy surfaces which shines them up

    We are going need a picture of this.
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    Good judgment comes from experience, most of which comes from bad judgement

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    OH Yeah, it doesn't last long as soon as I am back on the trail with its gritty surfaces. Wet grass cleans the lugs better but I am not out in it but lush green grass isn't bad.

    So far so good with my springs maxed out.
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