AnswerID: 223961 Submitted: Sunday, Feb 25, 2007 at 22:59
Member - 'Lucy'
Can't help myself with this one.
Daryl from your post I take it that your major concern is the Coopers posibly throwing up rocks for a half hour after you have left the gravel and brought your rig up to 'cruise speed' on the bitumen.
This may happen, however I would have to see it to believe it, and whats more the first half hour on the bitumen is going to be sheer bliss compared to the previous half hours (many of) spent on the grave.
As to the right choice - well any choice you make is 'right for you'.
I don't think there is any one brave enough to put his/her head on the 'chopping block' and do the tyre
Its a personal choice for a personal situation.
Bit like buying 'jocks' - you know , size, style, colour, weight, wedgie proofing, comfy factor - all personal preferences to fit, accomodate, compliment your bitz.
Same with tyres and you rig set up.
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FollowupID: 484828 Submitted:
Sunday, Feb 25, 2007 at 23:49
Hi Lucy, thanks for your reply. I think you misunderstood me, what I meant was that for some time after leaving a gravel road (30-50km) I seem to get a lot of extremely loud pinging from stones that are wedged in the grooves of the tyre
hitting my side steps, belly plate & other cars. VERY irritating.
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