2OHOH2954 : Quote (Chain @ Aug. 24 2003, 9:30pm)Quote (2OHOH2954 @ Aug. 24 2003, 9:02pm)I've already got a set waiting at the shop.
Oh yeah!? Well mine are sitting out in my garage already. *
'Oh yeah!?' Well, I'm simply not quite done squeezing mileage out of my current set, with 7.5K on the rear, and 16K on the front, and a total of 11K just since April
Were it not for the fact I know you (owner of the only Givi'ed 954 known to exist), I'd accuse you of riding like old people phuck, hence, the unbelievable mileage you've got on the old rubber. Good god man, that's outstanding mileage. But you ARE something of a 'sport tourist' or I think that mileage would be unattainable. Yes? No?
I've decided to torture my Pilot Sports a little bit more before I shod my '54 with my new Avons. I'm 30 miles shy of 4,000 with yesterday's attempts to keep a Suzuki Hayabusa in view during a morning sortie and so long as I don't get caught in the rain, I think I'm gonna let those wear bars get ground down before I replace the rubber.
Question: I'm not going to go down to the steel belts before replacement, but is the above a bad idea? Are there safety implications?