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2017 GT w/PP Tires

whats up guys,

Looking for some suggestions. I picked up my 2017 Grabber Blue GT w/PP about a month ago. I live in Westchester NY & Already have 2 nails in 2 different wheels. I know the summer tires won't last. What other tires do you guys suggest i get with keeping the PP black rims?? Something that still has an aggressive/sporty look but will be more durable.

Thanks in advance!

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whats up guys,

Looking for some suggestions. I picked up my 2017 Grabber Blue GT w/PP about a month ago. I live in Westchester NY & Already have 2 nails in 2 different wheels. I know the summer tires won't last. What other tires do you guys suggest i get with keeping the PP black rims?? Something that still has an aggressive/sporty look but will be more durable.

Thanks in advance!
There is no such thing as a nail proof tire... You will have the same issue with every tire on the market.

I would patch/plug the tires depending on where the nail is at. A good tire shop will know what to do.


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