It’s an old saying, but there’s a certain pride I carry with me when I say I enjoy a good deal. In my case, it’s not the money. It’s the pride that comes from driving a good set of wheels.
I drive a set of 4-inch tires, and I love them. I love the fact that they offer traction and steering stability that just plain feel great. I love the fact that they don’t seem to be breaking, especially in the wet. I love that they don’t even get muddy.
1/4 set-ups are good for both off-roading and everyday driving. However, I’m not a fan of them because the design leaves too much room for mistakes. The fact that the standard tires are 2.5 inches wide, while the 1/4 set-up tires are just 1 inch wide, makes them too narrow for everyday driving. In fact, I’ve seen guys driving 2.5 inch tires with 1 inch tires on the front and back.
This is an issue in the market for off-roading and dirt-bike enthusiasts alike. The typical front tires are designed for those who wear them regularly, but the rear tires are designed for those who don’t. If you use the right rear tire, you can drive with it in the dry and still have enough traction to make the backside of your bike more comfortable. In other words, you can wear your front tires and still have traction.
This is a great piece of advice. But there is a catch. If you are going to wear your rear tires, you will need to put them in a socket set that is compatible with the front tires. You can do this by using a set of 4×2.5’s (or something similar) to put your front tires in and screw them to the socket set. This will ensure that you can use the rear tires with the front tires.
You can also bolt a set of front and rear wheels onto one of those 4×2.5s. The wheels will just get in the way of the socket set.
The above method is a bit more practical and a lot easier. But if you don’t have a socket set with the same dimensions, you will need to find a set. You should be able to find some at any auto parts store.
1/4 drive socket sets are a very popular part and are also available at auto parts stores.
The above method will also allow you to run with the front tires without using the rear tires. Just use a large pothole in between the front tires and the rear tire. You can then use the rear tires to help balance your weight.
In the end, the 1/4 drive set is usually a good choice. The problem with it is that it can be tricky to find. The best way to find a 1/4 set is to start with the standard tire size (2×4) and work your way to the larger (3×8) or larger (4×8). Of course, if you have a set with the same dimensions, you can also use it for other dimensions as well.