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Old 08-Apr-2006, 09:04 AM
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Dragon evo\'s

I thought i was getting Diablos but I now think it's a pair of these.

http://www.seastarsuperbikes.co.uk/T...t=Tyres&page=1

They should be fine for me anyway.

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Old 08-Apr-2006, 10:45 AM
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They will be pretty old............... haven't been in the product list for years. I'd go for the Diablos, even if the Evo's are a good deal.
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Ditto.
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Old 08-Apr-2006, 05:33 PM
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might be too late, although if they're that old they would'nt be available now surely.

if it is those where they any good ?
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they were never better than ok imo. if they're evos then they will be possibly 3 or more years old. diablos replaced them quite some time ago.
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If you've got old stock tyres be VERY careful how you scrub them in. If they've been in storage a long time the rubber may have hardened up a little. They'll be OK once you've scrubbed 'em but make sure you get plenty of heat in them before you start putting it on it's ear.
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If you've got old stock tyres be VERY careful how you scrub them in. If they've been in storage a long time the rubber may have hardened up a little. They'll be OK once you've scrubbed 'em but make sure you get plenty of heat in them before you start putting it on it's ear.
Yep,..I know that from bitter experiance.
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If you've got old stock tyres be VERY careful how you scrub them in. If they've been in storage a long time the rubber may have hardened up a little. They'll be OK once you've scrubbed 'em but make sure you get plenty of heat in them before you start putting it on it's ear.
Yep,..I know that from bitter experiance.

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I'll proceed with caution then.
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