Putting truly sticky rubber on

Discussion in 'The Dark Side' started by Claviger, Sep 26, 2014.

  1. TriumPhil

    TriumPhil"I pity the fool!"

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    MacriderI,m a cowboy, on a steel horse I ride.

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    Ruzzel, don't listen to Phil when it comes to talking about car tires , he doesn't use them so he doesn't really know what he,s talking about.
    He thinks he knows so he will comment for sure. Just ignore him.
    A good recommended tire
    would be a General Altimax HP.
     
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    TriumPhil"I pity the fool!"

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    It was a joke, MacDoodle!

    Shyte, Man, I was riding car tires when you were still in diapers ( starting in 2003 and 30,000 miles of experience on three different bikes and 3 brands of CTs).

    Now, be a good "cowboy" and crawl back under your covers, OK?:banghead::roll:
     
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    MacriderI,m a cowboy, on a steel horse I ride.

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    LOL, I knew you would just have to make a comment , so you do have CT experience? And stopped using them? Perhaps you couldn't handle them, it takes a good experienced motorcyclist to get the knack of using them.
     
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    TriumPhil"I pity the fool!"

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    I have little doubt that I could ride circles around you in my sleep, He Who Talks Through His AZZ (That's the American Indian equivalent of Macrider)!

    50 years of riding experience come this spring - clearly a higher number than your IQ.[​IMG]
     
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    Nah... it's all hot air, Bill!(except for my being able to ride him down into a nub!):thumbsup:
     
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    Allan SSimple African lad with a Rocket

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