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Old 06-16-2015, 03:19 PM   #1
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Ironman Tires, are they good???

I have a 2000 Pace Arrow, Ford, 35' , Gas driven, and I am wondering if the "Ironman" tires are any good and still have a soft ride.
I am working with a limited budget, I need two (2) on the front.

Please advise, Thank you in advance

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Old 06-16-2015, 04:13 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by cb1000rider View Post

How odd...they don't mention Samson tires.

To the OP, whatever you decide to get will likely be fine, IF...IFF...you also install a TPMS on the tires. Knowing the tires' temperature and pressure at all times is the safety net that you need.

Edit: upon reading that the only comment on Ironman tires was from 2002, my guess is that they are a Goodyear price point tire. probably as good as most.
"soft ride" has most to do with inflation pressure.
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