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Thread: Dunlop roadmaster TT100 Tyre

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    Dunlop roadmaster TT100 Tyre

    Great tire for that classic bike you have in the shed, its currently on my rear of my S2a but im going to a modern styled rear tire to match the front I have on. These look great and apparently are a very expensive New Old tyre, new tech in old style.

    Size is 4.10 H18 - can be used front or rear at least 50% left on it.

    Price is not correct - I drink Jim Beam........
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    ...you just wanted to show us your shiny rim and spokes...bet you dont want to get rid of the tyre at all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by neil_cb125t View Post
    Great tire for that classic bike you have in the shed, its currently on my rear of my S2a but im going to a modern styled rear tire to match the front I have on. These look great and apparently are a very expensive New Old tyre, new tech in old style.

    Size is 4.10 H18 - can be used front or rear at least 50% left on it.

    Price is not correct - I drink Jim Beam........
    named as it was the first tyre to do the ton average lap at the iom

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    named as it was the first tyre to do the ton average lap at the iom
    Rephrase that to "first road tyre" and you're probably right. Remember that the ton lap was first done years earlier....on race tyres.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellipsis View Post
    ...you just wanted to show us your shiny rim and spokes...bet you dont want to get rid of the tyre at all...
    I like shiny!!!! - this is me just showing off

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