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Tan wall tires ?

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What's your guys opinion on tan walls, are they too old school or na ?IMG_3564.thumb.JPG.918a3f9c3a889e790edb9e90cad7c22b.JPG

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A rider in Doncaster has a pair of these I think somebody else on the forum might help in naming him but I think because he has a little more of a old school bike/setup it works. For me on this I am indecisive it looks good but weird.  

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Ye I can't decide weather or not to keep them and if it's worth paying 50 quid each to get those conti air king ones :D 

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I think it'd look swell without the Spank logos. 

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28 minutes ago, JD™ said:

I think it'd look swell without the Spank logos. 

agree

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For me it comes down to performance. If you like how they look but get punctures every time you land on the slightest edge then I wouldn't run them. 

On that bike its the discs without callipers that that ruin the look ;) The gold chain even looks ok...

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ye ill go grab the angle grinder real quick, have those logos gone in no time :D 

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claudio peccolo from doncaster ran these tyres! hes a mate! they were good tyres for grip but they had bugger all puncture protection! they do look sweet as f**k though!!

 

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