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Old 15-Mar-2009, 11:31 PM
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Ahhhh another tactful comment from the queen of diplomacy.....

With respect.....f**k off....:-D

am i wrong then?...............some people only want to hear what they want to hear........would you rather i lied to you?
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Old 15-Mar-2009, 11:38 PM
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Andy - I was joking - hint is in the :-D face

Are you having a bad day....

Hada row with your wife.....or has she still got that headache she's had for the past 6 months.....;-D
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Old 15-Mar-2009, 11:41 PM
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Andy - I was joking - hint is in the :-D face

Are you having a bad day....

Hada row with your wife.....or has she still got that headache she's had for the past 6 months.....;-D

past 6 months......weve been together longer than that......
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Old 15-Mar-2009, 11:47 PM
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I haven't used tha latest generation of wets as most of my racing done on wets was between 1998 and 2003. so the newer style wets that around now I can't really pass comment on. But I can try asking my mate Russ who won a few wet SoT races in Superclub last year to see what worked for him.

If I had known about the question proio to seeing John and Rick Hackett yesterday I could have asked them for advice on the subject

On those older wets that I used I never used warmers and ran them 2psi higher than I did my dry tyres so 33Fr/32Rr for the wets and 31Fr/30Rr for the dry race tyres.


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Old 15-Mar-2009, 11:48 PM
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