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Old 07-16-2013, 12:03 PM   #159
wanderlost
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Anakee 3 Noise

I just put about 500 miles on mine. They seem to handle twisties great. Dry road grip is excellent. No rain or wet roads yet (which is wierd for Western Washington). The noise is definitely noticeable. In fact when I first ran them I thought my rear bearings were going out, but then figured out it was the tires. With ear plugs it isn't too bad.

Wear seems really good. After 500 miles there is no visible wear and even some of the little rubber nipples from the mold are still present even in the center, which makes me think the compound will hold up well.

Overall I would say I am satisfied so far. Will report back after running them to Alaska and back. That should give experience on wet, dry, gravel and mild mud, as well as wear over time.

Paul
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