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Thread: Heidenhau tyres

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    Last two sets were k60's..... On the whole I like them, good compromise, not an out and out off road tire nor street racer, but they have been solid all round.... The gs burns two rears or one front, and no matter how hard you push round corners, the rear tends to flatten in the middle, then you roll over lines or road snakes(in Canada and the USA, they pour neat bitumen over all the cracks,good for them ,but a bast%+d for us mid corner) I guess it depends what you do with your bike......

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    Quote Originally Posted by markjh View Post
    The gs burns two rears or one front
    For that reason I put an H on the back and kept a TKC on the front - it seems quite a nice combo
    Sell my bike?
    I would rather stick wasps up my arse !

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    Hi wrenford miles,
    Never run the tkc, how do you find them? May try something different next time around... Hat bias for the tkc....
    Thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by import View Post
    Hi wrenford miles,
    Never run the tkc, how do you find them? May try something different next time around... Hat bias for the tkc....
    Thanks..
    I've not done big mileage like some if the guys on this site but I've used them for a long time on the 1150, Ive had them on the Airhead and before putting an H on the back of the HP2 I had them front and rear - great tyres IMO, but they do wear on the back
    Sell my bike?
    I would rather stick wasps up my arse !

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    Quote Originally Posted by import View Post
    Hi wrenford miles,
    Never run the tkc, how do you find them? May try something different next time around... Hat bias for the tkc....
    Thanks..
    Whats a hat bias? do you ride in a bowler, panama or straw boater ?

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    A 'bowler' of course....no English gentleman would been seen out without headgear.... Oh and I hate predictive text.....

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