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  1. Nov 9, 2015 #1

    robertcons

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    I currently have road tires on my 125, because It was summer and I don't have a lot of dirt places around here. I mainly do all my riding in the streets, and easy trails. Here in a month or so it's going to start snowing and I need some rims and tires. But the main issue is where could I find a deacent pair. My current rim size is 14-2.5 and 12-3.0. Around a 16-3.0 and 14-3.5 would be great. I could run nobies on my current rims, but the thing is they were costume build and I really don't wanna mess them up lol. Any ideas where I could start looking?

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  2. Nov 9, 2015 #2

    my67xr

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    Welcome to Miniriders.

    Make sure you get the formality's out of the way and drop in and say hello here
    http://www.miniriders.com/general-chat/20824-introduce-yourself.html


    Honda of Richmond are a Pitsterpro dealer in Kentucky.
    http://shop.pitsterpro.com/wheelsandtires-4.aspx
    The Pitsterpro X5 had 17/14 wheel's, whether they'll fit in your fork's and swingarm and not foul on the head etc is another question

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    http://gokartsusa.com/wheels-2.aspx


    Snow stud's shouldn't be too hard to find over there, i've never even seen the white stuff in real life, lol

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