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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by Jonathan_Ferguson, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. Jonathan_Ferguson

    Jonathan_Ferguson ★ is in the wrong locale SILVER Star

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    If I click that link, am I going to get a big old PDF file downloading to my desktop?
     
  3. Jonathan_Ferguson

    Jonathan_Ferguson ★ is in the wrong locale SILVER Star

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    The Link to the PDF, isn't working. It's empty. :grinpimp:
     
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    US made...not sure exactlee where, but US...

    They are an offroad tire....their sizes will likely expand over time, but they picked common offroad sizes for now.

    I first met the PB guys in Sept 04...just ordered a set of 37x13.5's for my offroad rig. Damn nice guys, great looking/unusual tire designs, and the few guys I know running them now have been impressed. Bias only for now.

    Pricing is set by the retailer....maybe (gasp!) you should contact your local guy and find out the price :D My local tire shop is on their dist list as well...I suspect once mine come in and people start seeing them in use, they'll get more popular.

    http://www.pitbulltires.com for their site....
     
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    The PDF worked for me....











































    Btw...I think these are made in someones backyard... :flipoff2: ok...got that out of the way....very cool tread in deed. Let us know how you like them Woody!
     
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    IMO, the pattern on the Rocker looks like a cleanup from a kindergarten construction paper clean up day....lol

    but, that same inconsistent pattern seems to work....I look forward to seeing how well, should be beating on them in Attica later this month :D
     
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    There's a pretty good 'most-terrains-covered' comparo article on the Rockers in issue 2 of XOM magazine. They came out looking VERY good. I would buy them when it's time for new shoes. I imagine a couple years from now they will be a little more widespread and the pricing will stabilize - we'll see.