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  1. #1
    Shovelwitch
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    Default White walls

    My rear tire is finished, and I have been poking around the web looking for the vintage trade pattern models that fit my 16. I'm trying to give my bike the 1960's feel even though it's a late seventies shovelhead, and I always thought the skinny white walls looked dope on cars, but I never see pics with old chops rocking the whitewall. Any pics of old bikes running thin single or double white walls fellas? Anybody else running these on their throwback chops?

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    I have double thin white walls on mine.. I don't like it. would rather rock black walls but i'm selling mine soon no reason to switch now.

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    If you like it, rock it. I hate mine, I hate cleaning my bike, so my white walls are dirty as hell. I'm talking almost black. F you don't mind cleaning, go for it.

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    Mine are black wall now too. Fuck cleaning

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    Damn I never thought about that. I was all set on getting white walls when I need new tires. I haven't cleaned my bike in months.

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    i thought about white walls once too, then laughed. i really should probably clean my bike..
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    Whitewalls would never work for me. I let god wash my bike by bringing rain. We're in a drought here so my bike is filthy. Besides I think whitewalls belong on old cars not old bikes. That's just my opinion, everyone has their own that's why there are so many bikes that started out the same and are way different now.

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