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Old 10-12-2016
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Get over it they are going to get scratched up unless ur only going down to the shop to get mum the bread and milk


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what a load of crap - for gods sake who cares about a few scratches on rims next you will want to cover your whole bike in cling wrap to keep the mud off
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Most people that buy a second hand bike are looking for one in good condition. Things like original fasteners, all pivots smooth and tight, straight levers and bars, frame paint not worn excessively and minimal scratches on anodised parts all indicate a well cared for bike which increases its value.
To then take the pi55 from a bloke trying to minimise damage to these areas seems a little hypocritical. Ok maybe a little more than most of us would do, but far from OTT.
Perhaps he's just trying to keep value in his pride and joy.
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It ok everyone is entitled to their opinion....
I like to look after the gear i spend my hard earned on as best i can and when i went looking for a real world user review of the the s3 there was none to be found.

So thought i would make one, Now who knows they might fall off in 3 months and be a failure or might turn out to be a good thing for those looking for such product.

If it helps one person then my effort was worth it.

Ps.. Ride 3 today in rocky snotty stuff and stickers in place and no scratches.
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I like the idea. Beta race model rim stickers help protect them. This is just a more complete version.


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Old 12-12-2016
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I put this tape to protect new black rims. About 25hrs going well.
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Gee how time flies...

Was looking for a new graphics kit and stumbled across my old thread.

75 hrs now and still going well, Had to silicone down a couple of the overlaped spots 12 months ago as it was lifting a little but other wise going really well... Very Happy!
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