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Old 08-12-2015, 11:30 AM   #1
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Old 08-12-2015, 11:38 AM   #2
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50stunt.com has some pirelli street tires. Im 95% sure crf70 wheels are the same diam. as the 50. The pirellis are great! if you dont feel like waiting or paying that much for street tires i have some others i could sell you. They arent as wide as the pirells but theyre better than the dirt tires youve got. Brand new, still wrapped up. I cant remember the brand. lmk!
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Nick336 may be 95% positive, but he's 100% incorrect regarding CRF70 tires being the same size as CRF50 tires.
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The front is a 16" wheel if I remember correctly.

I might even still have a front tire at the house.
(we would use the front wheel off the CRF70's on our CRF100's to get the 16" wheel)

I don't recall the rear wheel size, but I'm thinking it was 14"

When I was trying to do TMGP on the cheap, I was able to find many sizes of street tires on ebay.

It's been a few years, so my memory is a little fuzzy
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Think he was talking diameter.
you make it hard to try to help you man, sometimes you should just STFU and listen. Do we both agree that the diameter of a circle is any straight line segment that passes through the center of the circle and whose endpoints lie on the circle? A CRF50 has 10" diameter wheels, a CRF70 has 12" and 14" diameter wheels. You're more than likely going to want to find yourself a 80/90-14 scooter tire to run on your front wheel. If you want to get serious in the sport, buy a 12" hoop and a set of spokes and re-lace the front wheel.
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My mistake. I also own a drz70 and theyre the same size as my crf50. Google search tells me the crf110 and crf70 share the same size wheel.
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Excuse my ignorance, but what does "Lace" mean?
Smh, installing spokes into new rim
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^ I have an extra set of rims. So I can switch back and forth from dirt/street.

I am not a dirt guy. I've never laced new rims.
Ideally, you'll take your extra set of wheels and prepare them for street use only, swap back and forth between dirt/street as required. Buy yourself a 12" hoop and a set of spokes, and have your front rim converted to a 12". You can do more reading at www.planetminis.com and www.supermotojunkie.com.
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^Gotcha, so basically no one makes a tire for the 14 front?
Hop in your DeLorean, go back in time, and re-read the information that I originally posted in Post #7 of this thread. Help me help you!!!

I was playing around on full size and mini supermoto's long before it was the cool thing to do. My KTM525SMR was the first BOTM motard on this forum, and my KLX134 mini motard could be swapped from dirt to street trim with a quickness!
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Bucknut- If you are setting up a bike for your kids to try TMGP then do them a favor and set the bike up right. Failure to do that, or trying to be cheap is going to do nothing positive for your kids. They could get hurt or hurt someone else. TMGP is about fun, don't spoil that. There are plenty of sources for 12" wheels and tires, and also plenty of TMGP guys who would be willing to help you.
look at www.3kracing.com, look at minimobracing.com, look at K&J Solutions ......
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