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Old 09-29-2017, 11:30 AM
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Also depends on the kart and where you ride. If it's a 15mph yard kart that runs on grass, they might do ok. If it's a 40mph kart that runs on tarmac and does a lot of hard cornering, they will scrub bald and the hubs will snap off in no time.

I have used HF tires and snapped all but one ....in the beginning (when I knew nothing) i bought a pair for front of my yardkart and promptly broke or bent them. I have one on the front now with no issues after 20 +hrs of ride time mostly because i have a real go kart tire on the other side and i believe that it toats most of the torsional load.
Having said that I would not recommend those tires to someone else
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