Ass Griff saysits not an issue but you have to make sure that you understand the limitations. I often run a knobby front and a road based rear if I am going to be doing high miles on sealed roads with limited grip offroad sections. Its very easy to damage the front in that case if you push to hard and just be carefull if its wet on the sealed roads. You will soon understand what it feels like in different conditions. A lot of people run the TKC80 on the front with a mix of tires on the rear.Thanks for your patience in advance I am newbie.
Currently running Pirelli scorpion 2 front and rear. Can I run a Continental tkc 80 knobby on just the front with the Pirelli on the rear. I cant find both a front and rear. What will that do the handling?
I think HONDA caught Pirelli and a few other manufacturers out, with the sizing 150/70-18, but from what I hear we should see more available in the near future. Also I can't speak from personal experience but from what i've read and heard the Scorpion Trail 2 is quite good in the wet.I was also thinking of the Scorpion Trail 2 but i can't find a R18 size. I mainly wanted them because of good rain grip. How do these tires hold up in the rain?