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Kenda Southwick II Tire

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Overview of Kenda Southwick II Tire

 

  • Created for those who like to play in the sand and mud
  • Tall knob depths for deep bite are on the front and rear tread pattern
  • Large radius support at knob base reduces knob roll in soft areas with hard base
  • Even at slow speeds the wide space between rows will self clean the tread
  • Standard race compound allows for increased wear durability
  • Also offers quick warm-up on cement start pads
  • Reinforced sidewalls and a lightweight 4-ply rated casing structure are also featured

 

Specs for Kenda Southwick II Tire

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Tire Classification Soft Terrain
Type Tube
Type Tires - Dirt Bike
DOT Approved for Road Use No
Balance Dot No
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Great Soft Terrain Tire
Great in sand and mud, loose trail. I ride a mix of gravel pits and Akeley, MN DNR trails and love this tire- I have it only on the rear of my '93 KDX200 at this point but will be putting the matching front on soon. I've used this tire for maybe a dozen+ hours of riding so far. Note that it is a soft terrain tire and it is "wiggly" on hard surfaces. The trade for loose hook-up is worth it, but some might prefer a soft/intermediate tire for the trails.
October 8, 2014
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