At 10,000 and 15,000 miles on Dunlops, Mr. K. Ward should boast, not complain. On my Midget one Dunlop blistered at 6,000 miles and they did sweet damn all, as one might expect, but as the rest of the set wore out at 9,000 it didn’t make much difference.
Needless to say the “X”s which replaced them are close to 17,000, although to be fair, the front pair (never moved round) are almost finished.
Loggerheads, Salop. Neil N. Salmon
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