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ToastGuard
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Last Activity: 29 Oct 2020, 10:45 AM
Joined: 20 Apr 2011
Location: Southern Maryland
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  • The pneumatic (assuming you have them properly inflated) definitely provide lower rolling resistance. While the Shox are theoretically 110 psi, but I think that is really only when they are brand new. They get a little softer as the tires wear down. They are still hard, but properly inflated pneumatic...
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  • I've used the Shox solid tires for the past 10 years with no issues. I have never had the "soak up water" issue Oddity mentioned. They would get wet like any other tire, then shed the water as soon as I was somewhere dry. I replace my tires every 1.5-2 years once they have gotten worn down...
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