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Old 09-12-2007, 10:32 AM   #1
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H1 Tire Grooving Dial-up Beware

OK, now that I have a Tire Groover. I want to get my Groove on.
Here are a few patterns I came up with on a H1 tire I was practicing on.
H1 Tires is what I have for now and maybe well into next year. These are bias tires so...anyway....I'll let the pics roll and tell me what you think would work? My Groover has a #4 head and blade.
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I like #1 outers

With #5 inner

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I like #2 and #3. It looks like the outers on #3 are shallower than the rest of the cuts. That would be good since the lugs might break off.

Actually, #11 is kinda cross between them.

Nevermind, I like #3 the best.
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Yeah, I did the outside lugs shallow. I like the curves of #1. THe #3 middle one has a double cut in the middle....and just seperated the other lugs but not much grooving.
#10 has a little of all that I like.
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It is hard to see in the pic but this is how I grooved my h1 tires. May not be great for the street but they seem to work real well offroad.
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It is hard to see in the pic but this is how I grooved my h1 tires. May not be great for the street but they seem to work real well offroad.
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Yeahy, that's why I like #3. The knobs are all separate in the middle, which will help the tread flex and pinch the surface. The outers have shallow grooves, good for biting edge but not enough to chunk out.
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It is hard to see in the pic but this is how I grooved my h1 tires. May not be great for the street but they seem to work real well offroad.
Do you have a better picture? Maybe I am getting Old. I can't see the noobs for the life of me.
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I will see if I can find a better picture. I don't have a digital camera or I would take one. That one was taken by a friend of mine.
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Not much better but a little. I can't find any better pics.
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I'm Still looking at my options. I have one more tire to play with then it's on to my 4 H1's plus my spare.
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Just a few ideas and patterns.
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From what I have seen of H1 tires they are harder then a brick bat. I would cit a lot of the lug out. Like half of each one. You will get them to bite better and they will start to flex better. JJ
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That is what I did on mine. They have more than enough flex to them now. I usually run about 1.5 to 2.5 lbs. of air, but they will wrap up on the rocks real well now.
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That is what I did on mine. They have more than enough flex to them now. I usually run about 1.5 to 2.5 lbs. of air, but they will wrap up on the rocks real well now.
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I did come up with another pattern. I like it a whole lot better then the early ones I posted up.
I'll post a pic up later...seems my camera isn't working to good.

Jeff you still busting my balls. The tire gauge I had wasn't the most accurate one. I don't like riding on my side wall that is what It look like to me...so yes, I aired my front tires back up some. I say 10psi because that is what my gauge says.....And I thought my thread was on tire Grooving not tire pressure
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Don't mind the groove under the outer lug. the tire was worn out. Still haven't decided what to do with the outer lug. I may put a shallow groove on them. Tell me what you think?
I have the #4 head on my groover so I had to make several passes to make the groove stand out and define the lug better.


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10 front and 8 rear????? I ran that with out beadlocks. with single lock I ran 7 and 5. now with dual beadlock I run 6 and 0 and yes my rig is very heavy
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