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Old 08-15-2009, 08:12 PM   #1
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Great tires.

http://www.rmv-deutschland.de/commun...rticle&sid=317

Auf Der Scitznizel!
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Old 08-15-2009, 11:52 PM   #3
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It´s called "Schnitzel"

Yes, Tourex are great tires made in Germany.
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I got some on the way 22 bucks at amain, premounts not to bad
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"you know the Germans always make good stuff"
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"you know the Germans always make good stuff"
But can't cook.
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I got some on the way 22 bucks at amain, premounts not to bad

you will like em Bro, 3 race days on my 300's, wheels are good, minimal wear, you know how our dirt here is!!
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But can't cook.
Bratwurst & Kaiserbrötchen are ok, their noodles are like tennisballs
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Bratwurst & Kaiserbrötchen are ok, their noodles are like tennisballs

I miss the darn Bread, Nothin like a warm pretzel...especially from the town bakery...hattenhofen FRG..for a few years, close to Munich, Had a great time, but the tires rock, they hook up well.
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Great tyres, good traction, low wear, but they've still got some trouble in the glueing area!
I'd suggest, not buying these premounted rather than doing it by yourself.

BTW: I CAN COOK!!!
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Great tyres, good traction, low wear, but they've still got some trouble in the glueing area!
I'd suggest, not buying these premounted rather than doing it by yourself.

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I am interested in trying these tires, for those in the know can you answer a few questions:

1. Do they have a website?

2. What compound they have that is similar to a JConcepts Blue or AKA soft

3. What tire do they have with similar handling characteristics to a City Block, Double Dee, Cross Hairs, and a Crimefighter
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I got the medium and they feel aka soft
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What tread pattern did you get?
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curious as well
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