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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by elkgrichard, Sep 19, 2014.
Like being a motorcyclist...
Beating a dead horse...
Name calling those of different opinions..
Crotch rockets at 200 mph...
Then come back and see how many likes you get ... Oh yeah
Get those endorphins going...
Try to follow the thread.
Can there be any other possible explanation for putting a motorcycle tire on a car?
This dumb trend maybe?
No time. I actually ride.
And yet you're here.
Doesn't seem to be mounted to well at the bottom of the tyre ...
And what tyre will you be using as you go down this road again ????
"Could be done by a bear on a unicycle too, doesn't mean it's a good idea..."
The bear forgives all who doubted him...
Wonder what it handles like.
Might actually work well for a drift car, if it allows a large amount of traction adjustment.
Consider the weight capacity limit on those tires, I don't think it's a good application.
I think you're only allowed to have an opinion if you've personally tried it.
You thought wrong.
You don't have to have "personally tried it" to have relative experience, at least you should know what you're talking about.
It's pretty common knowledge that moto specific tires would have lower weight limit to be considered safe to use for cars... unless that's news to you?
Can I get the translation of that?
Car tires on a motorcycle is under the tires load rating.
Motorcycle tires on a car is exceeding the tires load rating.
Good lord, it’s a joke, son. Sarcasm. Have you even read this thread?