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Back in the day, we used to do that to our dirt bikes every winter and ride on the snomobile trails. It was a gas. Of course, wheel balancing wasn't an issue. Using bungy straps to keep'm tight, they'd last all day.
 

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I think the slip & slide technique is more intersting, but then I never had much in the way of good sence
 

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if you are actually considering that, you're gonna have to get a special seat made.

it's gonna be damned uncomfortable sitting on brass balls that big.
 

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Never really considered it with my Shadow, but I have been known to take my Yamaha out and spin $hitties in the snow from time to time!
 

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droy said:
Will have to show this to Sanoke! he will prob be interested!

seriously!

droy
I think Sanoke already has a couple of sets. :)
 

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hah!!... :D

I'd like to see that on a fat-ass chopper rear (like a 360) especially with a narrow front !!!

:lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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droy said:
Will have to show this to Sanoke! he will prob be interested!

seriously!

droy
I need a set of those for the front wheel. I don't have any trouble getting through the snow, it's keeping the front wheel from sliding out that's a real challenge.

So where do I get a set?

sanoke
 

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Neccessity is the mother of invention! Ya do what ya gotta do sometimes.
Anyone have studded tires? :shock:
 

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sanoke said:
droy said:
Will have to show this to Sanoke! he will prob be interested!

seriously!

droy
I need a set of those for the front wheel. I don't have any trouble getting through the snow, it's keeping the front wheel from sliding out that's a real challenge.

So where do I get a set?

sanoke
It sounds like you need a tractor front tire...Maybe this one for cornering traction:

or maybe this one would fit better:

Add the chains on the back and you're all set! :shock: :D
 

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bump for Sanoke
 
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