Posted by Keith in Washington [184.108.40.206] on Wednesday, June 03, 2020 at 20:12:59 :
In Reply to: 900-16 NDT Tire Source? posted by Hank [220.127.116.11] on Wednesday, June 03, 2020 at 16:00:51 :
Why NDTs they have really bad traction in snow and wet conditions. They are really an old tire design that nobody uses except for an “original” look. Look for Michelin XLs from Colony Tire in Norfolk, Virginia. They have good deals from time to time. Michelin’s are such a better tire. First they are radial and I have never had to balance any of them on my PW or Carryall. Colony Tire has been great for me.
Get your tubes and flaps from Universal Tire in PA as Paul suggests. Get tubes with metal stems as they are far superior to rubber valve stems. I have had 3 rubber stems fail where they join the tube. They get pushed through the hole in the flap and rim and will fail. Be sure to get flaps for the metal valve stems as they have the smaller hole to match the metal stems. It is important to buy tubes and flaps with the CENTERED VALVE STEM.
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