2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
You guys need to learn to seat your bead when you put on a tire.
Regarding the last two reviews, If your tire is lumpy 99 times out of a hundred it means that your bead isnt seated because it is just tight, (like if your using tubeless rims), or your rim strip is off to one side and under the bead, or your tube is under the bead, and not allowing it to seat properly. Very rarely will you have a defective tire. If you rotate the tire after you put a little air in it you will know whether it is seated. If its not seated, pump it up to max pressure and it will pop into place, just like a tubeless tire. If you can see a visible deformation of the tire while it's off of the rim it's a defect. If it looks fine you have another problem.
The tires are great and I've never had a defective Kenda.
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