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3/10/07 7:16 P

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bikenashbar.com is a reliable site as well.

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3/9/07 5:31 P

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Thanks for the response Bob...I'll do that.

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3/9/07 5:29 P

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Try Performancebike.com, or biketires.com , or biketiresdirect.com

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3/9/07 5:15 P

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Speaking of tires...I need new ones. What websites have any of you had good luck with? I know they are cheaper on line. I need reliable tires because I do not carry a lifeline (cell phone) with me. I change my own tires, reluctantly :)

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3/9/07 3:40 P

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I have a lot of friends who use a different wheel for their trainer. I have a rim trainer, so I don't have to worry about wear on the tire.

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3/9/07 12:02 P

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I'm totally with SEINSCHATZ.
Replace it.
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I bought a trainer wheel for this winter. I bought the wheel used for cheap on eBay and slapped a trainer specific tire on it, which works great. Just an idea for ya. :-)

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3/9/07 11:25 A

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I take my bike in every spring for a tune-up and they always replace the back tire. I think it's better to be safe than sorry.

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3/9/07 10:58 A

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All of the winter trainer miles have left a nice stripe on my back tire. Does that mean I need to replace the tire or is it ok? Anybody know?

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