Use your common sense bash
dont tell me you another prick, I thought you were better than that
Im not going dirt riding. But on tires, there are these things called grooves, and grooves are good to divert water to allow traction. Also, grooves are helpful
with gravel. How this works, when turning over gravel the tire slips. As the tire slips, the grooves in the tire trap some of that gravel within, and also help prevent the gravel from getting to the next contact patch.
(I can explain this more dude, but use your common sense and that engineering degree)
bash's new word of the day class, helpful, something that he can be more of
"Im a fagget, and Im sorry for wasting you time james."....
pictures of some unusuable tires with big tread
"thats a good theory, but your wrong"....
"you can suckit, along with your plunger theory," ochoa
"I lied on my resume, hehe, im no engineer"....
"I have guns and im gonna kill you" ....
"your just a pussy with a gun in your hand," ochoa
there's probably going to be a rant from bash to get up his satisfaction-o-meter to eye level,
Sure you have every right too, eg. bill of rights - freedom of speech, right to petition, pursuit of happyness . . .
i'll try to ignor and get the thread back up to par and just play it by ear
very sorry y'all,
I have probably 500 miles (havn't kept count) on my rear tire a dunlop D208ZR
Now it seems like I need a front tire b/c when having both hands off the barz, I can get realy bad headshake if I let it go too far
Im thinking of getting a _______ front tire:
- dunlop Qualifiers
- metzeler m3
- pirelli diablo corsa
- pirelli diablo strada
- dunlop D207
I have a phobia of gravel, my first accident was b/c of gravel.
So I also need confidence in a tire that can be helpful against gravel, that also doesnt sacrifice too much grip in the balance
PS: a internet moto supplier has "up to 30%" savings on Pirelli's