My strips haven't changed. I don't know how big they are, all I know is that they're about even with the outside edge of the inside tread (that makes sense somehow).Fazer6PA said:Hey, don't shoot a man for being curious. I figured that there were guys out there with ZEROS but the pics are real nice. I too am a bit of a noob so it will be little while til my 5/8" drops to ZERO. I need to ease into that.
Ride at your own pace.
04Fizzer said:My strips haven't changed. I don't know how big they are, all I know is that they're about even with the outside edge of the inside tread (that makes sense somehow).
Not a lot of twisties around here, and the roads that are twisty SUCK.
We don't have a lot of mountains around here. For the really good ones, I'd have to head down 15 into PA. At least, those are the only ones I know of.Fazer6PA said:Upstate PA has some excellent twisy roads through the mountains...but then again, I guess upstate NY has similar terrain.
Williamsport is about a 2 hour ride/drive for me. But I've been tempted to hit the roads up around that Turkey farm/restaraunt.Fazer6PA said:That is exactly where I was thinking of. Anywhere north of the Williamsport area is absolutely God's country. Some excellent fishin holes up there too.
That's how mine looked Sunday after a 4 trips up and down on the 8 mile mountain run here. I still have battleaxes on mine and they take a little longer to melt than the true sports tire. They are fine once heated, but I always take a slower run to get them sticky. My commute kills true track tires, but they do the job for now.FAZR6 said:Since you asked.....