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Full Bore tires update
Written by h2opolonut on 9/4/2011 at 06:55 pm

--- In, "JaimeR" <ramosj88@...> wrote:
> --- In, "h2opolonut" <h2opolonut@> wrote:
> >
> > Hopefully I am not being a "full bore" here.
> >
> > Hopefully it was just a "bad" tire, and the new one will perform better. I
really hope this thing works out so I can give a good review and maybe we can
all have a lower cost alternative to Dunlop and Metzler.
> >
> > Will keep the group posted...unless nobody really cares....
> >
> > Kevin...Riverside, CA
> >
> What tire did you buy?...and did you check the tire date?

This post was meant to add on to a previous post.
Prior to a trip to Las Vegas, I decided to replace my rear tire. A small shop in
So. Cal. was highly recommended, so I called them. Said they didtn have the
correct size Dunlop in stock, and Metzelers are too expensive. They sold me a
brand called "Full Bore". I'm sure its another example of China getting into

anyway, I was extremely happy with the ride and handling of the tire. About a
week after buying it, i was doing some maintenance and noticed that there were
cracks in the treads. Went back to the shop, and they replaced it. I did not
check the date/age of the tire. Probably should.

So far, almost about 1,000 miles on the replacement and no defects noted.

I will periodically keep the group updated.

Message Thread for message #107564

8/30/2011, 03:59 am
Full Bore tires update
Hopefully I am not being a "full bore" here. Bought my tire on august 16th. Rode to Vegas and back, and all told I have put about 800 miles on the tire to date. I love the way the tire rides. Holds the road well, and absolutely no &

    8/30/2011, 08:30 am
    Full Bore tires update
    --- In, "h2opolonut" <h2opolonut@...> wrote: > > Hopefully I am not b

    9/4/2011, 08:23 pm
    Full Bore tires update
    Full Bore is an old name that used to make oils and other products. I believe it was European as the shops that sold Pentons and Huskys seemed to be the ones that carried it. I imagine China bought the name as I notice it says engineered