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Yeah, but after you melt a rear tire down to base compound in half a season a few times, aren't you going to look for something better? Spending $60 or so for a tire to try ($200 a pair is maxxis-think, there is so much good stuff that costs less), and that is definitely comparable and might also save you much more than $40 seems like a no brainer after a couple $100 outlays in a year.
If you (royal you, not you specifically) only buy what you know, then at least stop spouting off about how they're the best, since you literally don't know what's the best with a sample size of one.
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