Dumb tire question

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6/18/2018 5:44 PM

I've got in my garage two new Bridgestone tires never installed but 10 years old. I also have a bike that needs tires but will probably only ride a couple of times before I put sand tires on then ride sand for a month or so.

So the dumb question is, how bad is it to run these new 10 year old tires? Waste of time or fine for a vet rider to get by for a bit? In August when the sand tires come off I'll be ordering something fresh.

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6/18/2018 5:55 PM

From my experience, the knobs will chip off pretty fast.

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6/18/2018 6:32 PM

Yeah they’ll probably disintegrate pretty quick, being that I’m sure they’re dry rotted. But I mean what the hell, I’d slap em on

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6/18/2018 7:03 PM

They’ll be fine for a bit. Any dry rot? Were they stored hung up in a climate controlled environment?

Knobs will probably chunk and sidewalls crack.

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6/18/2018 10:39 PM

I ran a little 2008 crf150r with stock tires.
Not much hp, but the tires held up fine.
Run 'em!

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6/19/2018 3:55 AM

My bikes had the original tires from 2009 when they were new. Tires were dry rotted and i kept getting flats. Try it but dont be shocked if you keep getting flats.

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