Kailand09
kailand09
11/2/19
12:09 PM
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I don't know why but I have no clue what that is?

10/9/19
9:34 PM
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As nasty looking as steelies are, I ended up happy to have them. With potholes and such, I'd rather have a cheaply repairable wheel than crack alloys. Imho

9/18/19
10:15 PM
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Now that's a hell of a detailed response. Thanks man, I'll look into some of those options. Never heard of Vredestein, sounds interesting. Giugario??? Haha

9/18/19
9:37 PM
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Bro stop reminding me. I’ve thought seriously about this a few times. It’s an extremely interesting option. Read more

9/18/19
11:32 AM
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That’sa bummer, there’s readily available steelies for me but on stock brakes. Read more

9/18/19
10:47 AM
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This is an interesting point thanks. That might give me the longevity I'm looking for.

9/18/19
7:00 AM
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This is an interesting point. I was satisfied with them, they were low cost, maybe I should just stick with them. Hmmmm

9/18/19
6:42 AM
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Good to hear the Michelin last. I'll look into those as well. Thanks!

9/17/19
10:34 PM
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Yeah wear is my concern. As much as they may be really good, I want something that lasts as long as the $90 chinese tire I’ve already used.

9/17/19
10:32 PM
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that’s a pretty smokin deal, thanks for the heads up!

9/17/19
10:19 PM
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Also, as someone mentioned, check what snell rating is needed. I bought an SA2010 in like 2016 knowing my club accepts a snell rating for 10 years. I also knew I didn’t really want to keep a helmet for more than 5 seasons, so a 5 year overlap is an OK thing for me. Read more

9/17/19
10:12 PM
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Zamp are basically rebranded Bell helmets. While really expensive helmets may perform better, realize if it meets Snell it’s not just trash. Read more

9/9/19
2:05 PM
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I refrained from commenting as I thought I would add nothing before, but someone else suggested Durango and you didn’t seem to comment much about it. Read more

8/12/19
6:52 PM
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Thanks for sharing, never heard of them but it looks like a good cause!

8/3/19
10:16 PM
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Yeah it's certainly not a bad deal. I'd just especially be weary about that goofy transmission.

8/2/19
6:53 PM
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Yeah I agree with the others, I’d save up more for the l98 and better ZF 6 speed 1989 and on. Read more