Bridgestone V02 med 125/Moto3 slicks

Discussion in '2-Stroke Machines' started by jimmyboost, Nov 29, 2018.

  1. jimmyboost

    jimmyboost one buck a boom

  2. John Branch

    John Branch The REAL92

    2016 is the dates? Kinda old 400$ for all three sets?
     
  3. stickboy274

    stickboy274 Stick-a-licious Tire Dude

    If it helps any, Bridgestone says when stored properly, these are good for a 5 year shelf life.
     
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  4. jimmyboost

    jimmyboost one buck a boom

    Thanks, Stick! Appreciate the weigh-in.
     
  5. mattology

    mattology Well-Known Member

    What is "stored properly" anyway? My guess is not in a regular garage, but an ac/humidity/climate controlled garage, but what temperature?
     
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  6. John Branch

    John Branch The REAL92

    I keep my bikes around the temperature I like around 69 to 72. But doesn’t get above 80 and doesn’t get below 60 in my garage / shop. And a window unit + a sealed and very insulated 4 car garage.
     
  7. John Branch

    John Branch The REAL92

    And you need to keep away from stuff like air compressors and electric motors,so I have been told?!
     
  8. Pneumatico Delle Vittorie

    Pneumatico Delle Vittorie Retired "Tire" Guy

    Tires should be stored in a cool dry place with low humidity. Temps should be 50s to 70 and away from electrical things as they produce ozone that attacks the rubber!
     
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  9. John Branch

    John Branch The REAL92

    I think you are the one who told me:bow:
     
  10. jimmyboost

    jimmyboost one buck a boom

    I store my tires in my office closet, kept in original packaging and individually stored in garbage bags.
     

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