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Old 12-16-2010, 05:02 PM   #15
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Thanks ... yeah, I just wanted to look at all of the options again ...

I feel like such a newb again ... after a year, and it does not at all feel like riding a bicycle ... lol.

Thanks for the info. But if the wider contact helps with the grip and turnability ... then I would rather go for that. Why do it half-ass if I can go ahead and learn the right way with the right width from the start.

And for my January run ... I will be running my stock size 17s with heavy wheels until all of this stuff comes in ... so, there I will see what I have lost and the hill that I must climb to get back up to good.

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