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This topic contains 7 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Walt Gifford 5 years, 11 months ago.

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  • #6957

    Dale Bert
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    Has anyone run Unilli tires on asphalt? Everything I have found on them seems to suggest running them on dirt. At $99 a set of 4 I would like to try them.

  • #7033

    Walt Gifford
    Participant

    Do they make 5″ tires? All I found was 6″ tires that needed chemicals and cooking to make them work. Also they are low rubber like a tire that’s been cut down.

    Gif

    FAA certified jet engine and aircraft technician,
    Nicholson Speedway class champion 2001,
    Yamaha KT100 Service Center,
    41 years karting experience

  • #7035

    Brian Mead
    Participant

    Here’s the link to the 5″  Walt.  I wonder what they punch in at?

    http://en.unilli-tyre.com.tw/Tyre.aspx?c=105

  • #7037

    Brian Mead
    Participant

    A little more reading on the site reveals that a sub of unilli makes them – the acme corp.

    no, I’m not kidding.

  • #7175

    Walt Gifford
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    A little more reading on the site reveals that a sub of unilli makes them – the acme corp. no, I’m not kidding.

    Then they should work great on my Coyote kart so I can catch the road runner.

    FAA certified jet engine and aircraft technician,
    Nicholson Speedway class champion 2001,
    Yamaha KT100 Service Center,
    41 years karting experience

  • #7202

    Dale Bert
    Participant

    A little more reading on the site reveals that a sub of unilli makes them – the acme corp. no, I’m not kidding.

    A Company that Makes Everything

  • #7251

    Walt Gifford
    Participant

    Looks like the 5″ tire sets have 3.60″ fronts. Might be interesting to try on a clone kart. They have a 4.50 but in a different compound with no rear tires and the UN-515 looks to be something for the vintage karts. The other tires on that page are 6″.

    I hope that max inflation number is the recommended running max, it would be hard to bead a tire at 20psi.

    Gif

    FAA certified jet engine and aircraft technician,
    Nicholson Speedway class champion 2001,
    Yamaha KT100 Service Center,
    41 years karting experience

  • #9852

    Walt Gifford
    Participant

    Anyone try these things yet?

     

     

    FAA certified jet engine and aircraft technician,
    Nicholson Speedway class champion 2001,
    Yamaha KT100 Service Center,
    41 years karting experience

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