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  • Knobby Knife Rubber Knife

    Knobby Knife Rubber Knife

    Shawn in CA

    4 to 6 more rides per tire

    I get about two more rides from the rear tire each time I knobby knife it (I ride mostly rocky trails). Usually knobby knife the rear 2 or 3 times before the knobs are toast. If you are patient, you can also knife the braking edge of the knobs. Usually takes me about 12-15 minutes to do one tire. You can also squeeze a little extra life out of the front tire if you sharpen up those knob edges, but it does take a bit longer to knife than the rear. Overall I consider this a great product.

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  • Tusk Portable Motorcycle Tire Changing Stand and Bead Breaker

    Tusk Portable Motorcycle Tire Changing Stand and Bead Breaker

    Brian in IA

    Works great, even on bib mousse inserts

    I really like this thing. Just had the same issue that others mentioned with the 1" ring, I just cut it off and works just the way I want. The coating was not that tough on the ring, but again some electrical tape fixed that problem. The way it breaks the bead and helps remove tires and set new ones is worth every penny to me, but I change a lot of tires.

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  • Tusk Chain Riveting Tool

    Tusk Chain Riveting Tool

    don in OH

    Easy Peezy

    This tool makes riveting a chain very easy. I just used it for the first time to rivet a DID VT2 x-ring chain. (1st time riveting a chain). I don't know about long term or using it to break a chain. It should be ok. The Motion Pro pins are interchangeable. Tip; get a pocket caliper, $7, to measure the width of the peened pin. DID says .217 to.228 inches. Or about 5.6mm, to be sure you peen it out completely.

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  • Tusk 17" Mega Tire Iron

    Tusk 17" Mega Tire Iron

    Randall in OK

    use for changing tire and tubes

    it work way better then the small tire irons have enough leverage to get bead over rim need these a long time ago don't know how I changed tires with the small spoons get them you won't be sorry

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  • Tusk Impact Complete Front/Rear Wheel Kit

    Tusk Impact Complete Front/Rear Wheel Kit

    zach in Utah

    Great value

    Purchased these rims in early 2014. First thing I noticed is the rims were not 100% true where they are welded together. However, with the tire mounted they spin very true. Plus this minor defect was still way better than my stock rims which were way out of round and beyond repair. I race expert O/30 in the USRA desert series and after a full season of abuse and frequent flats I am pleased to report these rims have held up very well, arguably better than the stock rims would have. No dents, and they still spin as true as the day they were new, which while not perfect was still good. I have only tightened the spokes once, and still haven't needed to replace bearings. If you are looking for rims these are well worth the money. they're not the best you can buy, but they are plenty good and a little more durable than oem, which is always a plus in the desert.

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  • Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Tire

    Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Tire

    Ryan in TN

    Great tire for price and long lasting

    Great value

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Dual Sport Tires and Wheels

Adventure touring dual sport tires need to be one thing above all else: adaptable. From the streets to the trails, dual sport tires need a specific tread, compound, load rating and speed rating that can handle both a smooth ride and a little bit of a pounding. Rocky Mountain has the highest-quality dual sport tires available from Dunlop, Bridgestone and Michelin. For dual sport wheels, we carry Kenda, Pro-Wheel and Warp 9, all known for their lightweight rims and durability. At Rocky Mountain, you’ll find high quality dual sport tires and dual sport wheels at prices that smoke the competition.

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