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Unread 08-14-2013, 01:28 PM   #1
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Anyone use Michelin Latitude Tour or Latitude Tour HP's in Sand??

I'm going to the National Sea Shore next month on Cape Cod and wanted to do a little sand riding.I need a new set of tires for commuting (mostly highway with snowy winters) but wondered if I could use the All-Seasons since I only will do it once a year or so.I'd prefer a highway biased tires(quiet,rain,longevity) as that's where I do 99% of my driving.
Also ,what's the best place for a decent quality air pump for airing up?
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Unread 08-14-2013, 05:33 PM   #2
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I'm going to the National Sea Shore next month on Cape Cod and wanted to do a little sand riding.I need a new set of tires for commuting (mostly highway with snowy winters) but wondered if I could use the All-Seasons since I only will do it once a year or so.I'd prefer a highway biased tires(quiet,rain,longevity) as that's where I do 99% of my driving.
Also ,what's the best place for a decent quality air pump for airing up?
Thanks
Michael
I'm sure those tires you mentioned will be fine in the sand - airing down is the most critical part.

Look on Amazon for portable compressors that run off your battery. Lots to choose from and generally around 50 bucks or thereabout.
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