See our full Return Policy for all of the pertinent details. I wanted to try something different than the Heidenau K60 that is currently mounted for a more street oriented tire. I do a mix of gravel and pavement, nobby treads get chopped up in about 4,000 or so miles. I buy about 3 rear tires and 2 front tires annually. On my DL 1000 I run only the TL's and the Shinko's are a very good tire for traction on the pavement and "good" dirt roads. I'm not sure that it works the other way around as the rim and tire bead profiles are different.
Will be going on the front of my 2001 Kawasaki KLR650.. I wanted to try something different than the Heidenau K60 that is currently mounted for a more street oriented tire. I do a mix of gravel and pavement, nobby treads get chopped up in about 4,000 or so miles. I don't think they make this tire in a 150 as bias ply anymore, after they had all the problems initially. On my DL 1000 I run only the TL's and the Shinko's are a very good tire for traction on the pavement and "good" dirt roads.Thought I would expirement with this tread pattern and see how far it makes it. I was surprised to find I like them more than my Michelin Annakee II on the road. They handle well and I found they improved the turn in on my 04 GSA; an already great handling bike. I bought a couple for my GS in 2011 and then June 2012, and they were radial. The only downer is the rear only lasts about 4000mi, front maybe 6-7000 on my DL 1000. I would not put these on my KTM 990 Adventure however, since I want more of a "knobby" to horse around with! Whether or not it will work on your bike is a function of the type of rims on your bike.Shipping Orders .99 and over qualify for our fast free shipping offer. Please see our International Orders page for orders shipping outside the US.We show real-time availability on this product page when you select the size/color item you want.I think there's a slight delay, which gives calls that old long distance pause between people speaking that used to be common, but I can live with that.
The actual call quality seems better than my old Call Vantage.
Instead, it gave me a recording telling me that I needed to use Magic Jack's own free conferencing solution. Magic Jack itself is a CLEC that most likely benefits from some kind of regulatory arbitrage, so it's just another small telco blocking Free Conference to push its own services.
That might be fine for setting up conference calls, but this was a call that was already going on, and which people were waiting for me to dial into. But, just because telcos don't like competition, it doesn't mean it's legal for them to block others' services.
So, after hearing about some friends who were using it and doing some online research, I decided to try "Magic Jack." You may have seen their late night commercials that are hard to avoid (even if you use a DVR).
It's basically a much cheaper Vo IP option that's not that unlike Vonage/Call Vantage, except that instead of getting a Vo IP router to hook up to your broadband modem directly, it's just a USB dongle that connects directly to your computer.
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