TKC80 front and TKC70 rear on a GS Adventure?
Has anyone experience with TKC80 front and TKC70 rear on a GS Adventure? Am thinking of the winter season in the Alps (in case of snow). Would it be dangerous to mix them? The idea for the front is to have a better grip (deeper tread on snow and snow mud) and for the rear is to run more km as I have never been able to run more than 3000 km on the TKC80 on the rear. (This follows my previous question, with thanks for your contributions.)
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May be the opposite? RearTKC 80 and Front TKC 70 for a good breaking ability…
Tkc70 doesn’t work in snow but nice mix for adventure
I had same problem with the Tkc80’s, low mileage stopped using them.
bad idea. You have better grip rear tire, it cat cause lost of front in turn. usually it causes more damage points than lost rear (controlled slide)
Let’s try K60 !
Have been running a Karoo 3 front and TKC70 rear on my GSA and it’s been great in everything apart from deep mud.
Thanks to everyone for sharing your thoughts and experience.
just put Heidenaus on….sorted