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    Other TW uses

    Flat tracking anybody?:

    I want to try and meet this guy next time I'm in Indy.
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    Another happy TW rider !.
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    What a cool cool video. Big smiles. Again, the TW is a veritable tinker toy. I don't do flat track, this guy does. The valve deal was creative. I liked. I poo pooed TW in years past. No more! Dadgum cool little bike. Takes you back to yer roots.
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    The Dunlop K180 180-80-14 looks like a good 50/50 tires. I wonder how many miles it would last?
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    I've been told those Dunlops are actually a flattrack tire and are quite soft, so they probably won't last long.




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    I'm running those Dunlops, been on about 3 years so must have done at least 10,000km
    Feel nice on the road, the original Bridgestones did tend to feel a bit hairy at speed round sweeping bends, these handle nice
    Road use only & not stepping yet, still got years left in them
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    Gee Sparky Jan, I was kind of hoping you would tell us that you and your husband were secret flat-trackers who would put even Skippyboy to shame.
    At least tell us you plan to enter your gorgeous Hi-Lux in the Paris-to-Dakar.
    Just teasing...

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    SJ, where did you get the Dunlops?




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