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Post by sparks on Wed Apr 20, 2016 8:59 pm

wolfy wrote:Looks a good deal that Very Happy  never tried the comp 3 but do like the comp 6.
Anyone know if a M15 a few months old but only used twice will work with a comp 6 or will I need to get a M16 to run them tyres...?
I ran a used m15 in comp 6 front 2 yrs ago and it would not keep the bead out thats why the say use a m16 desert mousse coz its larger. m15 is ok in comp 6 if new
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Post by wolfy on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:01 pm

Its the size of the mousse mate, its over my head use tubes see...got a M15 to go with a comp 4 but like comp 6 scratch which is a bigger tyre...but then a new mousse is well ard.
So was just wondering do I save me M15 or get a M16 to bed in like.
Different makes of tyre stamp the same size but are different, tried a semi used mousse M14 in a 6 days tyre once & wouldn't stay rimmed.
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Post by mufynman on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:03 pm

Yeah thats Alan at Endurotyres.com , where i get my mousses from . He does 10% extra off for members of TRF or KTM forum if you mention it . Best ring him and he'll probably do you a better deal OFF Ebay . 01980 655555 .
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Post by JTM525 on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:04 pm

wolfy wrote:Its the size of the mousse mate, its over my head use tubes see...got a M15 to go with a comp 4 but like comp 6 scratch which is a bigger tyre...but then a new mousse is well ard.
So was just wondering do I save me M15 or get a M16 to bed in like.
Different makes of tyre stamp the same size but are different, tried a semi used mousse M14 in a 6 days tyre once  & wouldn't stay rimmed.
affraid affraid affraid
I thought it was as simple as stuffing a round foamy thing inside a tyre and it was done lol!
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Post by JTM525 on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:05 pm

mufynman wrote:Yeah thats Alan at Endurotyres.com , where i get my mousses from . He does 10% extra off for members of TRF or KTM forum if you mention it . Best ring him and he'll probably do you a better deal OFF Ebay . 01980 655555 .
Cheers Rob cheers I'll give him a call when I get my voice back Sad
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Post by sparks on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:06 pm

wolfy wrote:Its the size of the mousse mate, its over my head use tubes see...got a M15 to go with a comp 4 but like comp 6 scratch which is a bigger tyre...but then a new mousse is well ard.
So was just wondering do I save me M15 or get a M16 to bed in like.
Different makes of tyre stamp the same size but are different, tried a semi used mousse M14 in a 6 days tyre once  & wouldn't stay rimmed.
I use m14 in 6 days & never had any problems. Try your m15 in comp 6 and has long has it olds bead out it will be ok , which it should be ok if only used twice Very Happy
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Post by shocker on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:06 pm

I bought a Metzler 6 Day off Steve Plain the other day, he says they've got deeper tread than they used to?
Never measured the new against the old one's, but the 'knobbles' do look a bit longer on the latest one Very Happy
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Post by JTM525 on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:08 pm

sparks wrote:
wolfy wrote:Its the size of the mousse mate, its over my head use tubes see...got a M15 to go with a comp 4 but like comp 6 scratch which is a bigger tyre...but then a new mousse is well ard.
So was just wondering do I save me M15 or get a M16 to bed in like.
Different makes of tyre stamp the same size but are different, tried a semi used mousse M14 in a 6 days tyre once  & wouldn't stay rimmed.
I use m14 in 6 days & never had any problems. Try your m15 in comp 6 and has long has it olds bead out it will be ok , which it should be ok if only used twice Very Happy
You running the 140/80 18 and 90/90 21 6 days Neil?
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Post by wolfy on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:08 pm

sparks wrote:
wolfy wrote:Looks a good deal that Very Happy  never tried the comp 3 but do like the comp 6.
Anyone know if a M15 a few months old but only used twice will work with a comp 6 or will I need to get a M16 to run them tyres...?
I ran a used m15 in comp 6 front 2 yrs ago and it would not keep the bead out thats why the say use a m16 desert mousse coz its larger. m15 is ok in comp 6 if new

Cheers mate. think I will fit the mousse on me part worn to see what happens Very Happy if it holds out Very Happy then I will keep it for later Very Happy
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