thnks Dav, but i dont feel like spending almost 10$ a minute for this call from Kazakhstan for God knows what result. as its just a website- and nobody heard of them. so far waiting when anyone i know there would check mail or skype- i dont feel like wasting all my balance on that calls i know be long. anyway those guys in phuket wouldnt go there to check wssup it is- theyll just give a call, they dont ride anywhere from their village not like our forrummates mototravelers who maybe would pass by that shop someday and check out wssup as it seem to be local tyre manufacturer- seems like good guys to know to me
For all of Our GT Riders in BKK.....
We use Radial Tab here in the Ekkamai Area! We also have an account, so if any riders are here for suspension work, we can have new skins on with the sspension Mods at the same time. We have loaner Bikes as well.... free of Charge.
The only downside is when we have Dirt Riders with Tubes.... Not sure what the politics are in Thailand, but they will not sell Tubes from Michelin. As a matter of Fact, they will not sell anyones brand of inner tubes. We can purchase IRC tubes for our Dirt customers, but Highly recommend the RP4's for most street machines and Scooters.
The great alternative is a small shop called 29Tires that have a variety of tires from "No Name" to Perelli.
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How about these New Tires: Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR. Come Standard on the New Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled. They look like an Aggressive Off Road Tire but are Incredibly Smooth and have Amazing Grip when You lay into the Corners as well. Not Sure what Other Sizes will be Avalible but I can see them selling alot, once Someone has Tried them they will be Hooked!
I've heard from a good authority that this Pirelli dealer is first class. Not needed to go there but will check them out as soon as rear tyre is "finished" It's good news we now have such a set up in ChiangRai.
So exactly who is the dealer in CR.
In Chiang Mai, a new shop getting good reviews & with a decent farang following already.
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Sadly the Wednesday I swung by the the shop was closed?
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Thanks, Dodraugen. That’s good news, and aligned with most of what I have read. No great off-road wonder, but robust and suitable for basic dirt road requirements.I have run a set of Shinko 705 on a Yamaha Tenere 660 and I am now also using a 705 front tyre on the same bike. Just did the Dempster Highway in the far north of Canada - 8-900 kms (+ return) of rough dirtroad - Shinko 705 are imo a perfectly ok tyre for the cheap pricetag they come with.
I got the response tonight - The E705’s are not compatible. Heidenau it is...Shinko Malaysia have now gone quiet on the TQ I raised. It looks like I’ll head for Heidenau K60’s - More aggressive than I intended, but less ‘un-fun’ if I hit clay / mud (which attracts me in a primitive way).