Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Grande Prairie area, Alberta, Canada
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That poses a good question too LTK, I have a feeling that it would still throw the dirt up as now its cupping the dirt like a sand tire and probably beat either way with bar grip tires. Probably the best would be some wimpy diamond tread or an almost bald bar tread ... certainly no good for mud but I look at how lets say a fine tread quad tire doesn't tend to kick up near the dust as a more aggressive aftermarket bar grip tire.
Here's an interesting concept that could be interesting to experiment with although the question is where would the water come from to accomplish it. Using four sprayer nozzles with fresh water to constantly spray onto each of the four tires during really dry conditions, I wonder how much less dust would be produced by a wet tire ?