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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-09-2007, 07:34 PM Thread Starter
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Spotted .... Chumley's New Ride ...

Just the ticket ;-)
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What a farking waste

What kind of knob head would do that to a perfictly good bike
A chopper makes a certain amount of sense (if your whacked out of your mind)"I have a huge, fat, ugly, under powered, badly handling piece of shit that is comfortable enough to ride for almost half an hour. Id like to make it handle worse if that is possible and more uncomfortable so that I look different from the other idiots I know."

Who even makes a tyre like thay and fer what?

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Just guessing

For a dragster maybe?
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Re: Spotted .... Chumley's New Ride ...

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Just the ticket ;-)
Only redeeming factor is that you don't need a side stand.

1-4,
How do you think Chumster is going to reach the handlebars on that thing??

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Re: Just guessing

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For a dragster maybe?
Bad guess, a dragster tyre would be square in profile for maximum contact patch. That thing is a bit on the curved side indicating that its expected to work at different angles. I cant believe that some loon is making them for bikes but if American Chopper is anything to go by it could possible
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God help us, its true

Believe it or not.......Avon make a 330/30R17 tyre just for choppers It sits on a 12.5 inch wide rim and its pretty fat
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AVON TYRES

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Believe it or not.......Avon make a 330/30R17 tyre
Its a low ground pressure tyre for those buggies and tractors used on golf courses.

Avon are only good at tyres for Rollers, Land Rovers and Tractors in my book.

As for your other comments Tug, I couldn't agree more ... bunch of wankers. And whats with those idiots that ride with "Ape Hanger" handlebars on their choppers ????

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Hey, loosen up guys!

Where would we be without something to smile at?
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Believe it or not.......Avon make a 330/30R17 tyre just for choppers It sits on a 12.5 inch wide rim and its pretty fat
Let me correct the spelling for you old and crusty caaaants .... and in doing so show how trendy, hip and with it your legend is .... the correct spelling is 'Phat' ;-)
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