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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Sep 4th, 03, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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I just scored a pair of M&H street slicks. I wasn't looking for any but my buddy had a pair of N-50-15 new never used still wrapped in plastic, and said I could have them for $50 bucks. Well I just couldn't pass that up. So anyway these are really soft and I'm wondering how they hold up for cruising the streets , smokin ricers. Or are they strictly for the strip and I change them before I drive home.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Sep 6th, 03, 10:56 AM
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Sure, ran my old 8.00/14's alot on the street!!

But you HAVE to be aware that they will hydroplane in a heartbeat if you are caught out in the rain!!

In Highschool I went from my hometown to pick up my date then to another town one Sat. evening about dark like 9 miles away and the sky was as clear as a bell EXCEPT halfway there I hit a shower and did three donuts at 70 mph!!!

Luckily the highway was wider and had paved shoulders b/c it was at a little hamlet/berg and NO cars were coming at me!!! Heck, the place was right in front of my date for the evening's house!!!

Scared the living sh-t outta me... We didn't make it to the 7:00 PM movie that night!!!! pdq67

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