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Rusted Tires (Rusty Small) has been a longtime sponsor/supported of the site. I met up with Rusty at MCACN and he has increased his product line of available tires. He is super guy to deal with so give him a call 816-654-3400
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----I recieved my new set of Blue Streaks yesterday, Rusty! thanks so much for the quick delivery.....Bill S
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Curious if those are the radial version or the bias ply version of those.
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Curious if those are the radial version or the bias ply version of those.
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Curious if those are the radial version or the bias ply version of those.
Bias.

The only radial version is the FR70-14
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What's everyone doing with these repro bias plys when they get 6 or 7 years old? I've never had vintage bias plys delam or do crazy stuff like modern radials. Never researched as to just why new rubber does this, but even vintage radials seem to last forever.
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Because everything built today is junk...
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What's everyone doing with these repro bias plys when they get 6 or 7 years old? I've never had vintage bias plys delam or do crazy stuff like modern radials. Never researched as to just why new rubber does this, but even vintage radials seem to last forever.
Keep rolling with them!!

As for why the modern rubber goes away… no specific answer, but there are more synthetic materials used and less true rubber…. Longer mileage, less rolling resistance, better fuel mileage…
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