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Old 04-30-2019, 07:44 AM
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Kingrun tires?

Hey guys anyone on here ever heard of kingrun tires (kingrun m5000) I want to down grade from 35s to 33s for now and this guy has them?

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Hey guys anyone on here ever heard of kingrun tires (kingrun m5000) I want to down grade from 35s to 33s for now and this guy has them?
The Chinese tires are very hit and miss... With enough being a miss that I would have a tough time choosing them. If price is really important, check out the Milestar Patagonia. It is usually close in price to the cheap chinese tires, but has a really good reputation.

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Thank you by the way, so I've had the kingruns now for about 3 months, they definitely aren't like my mt's, but better than I had expected, fairly soft compound on these m5000's the big downer is they seem to get chewed up and wear down easily on crawling on the rocks.
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