Re: Dunlop D60A2 red dots

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Posted by Joe Lloyd on February 17, 1998 at 09:06:02:

In Reply to: Dunlop D60A2 red dots posted by Joe on February 16, 1998 at 10:02:37:

The red dot is used when mounting Dunlop tires. It indicates the tire's high point of
force variation and when matched with the physical low point of the wheel, usually at
the valve stem, will give the smoothest, vibration-free ride possible.

JLB stands for Jointless Nylon Band Construction. This greatly improves ride comfort by
maintaining the tires roundness at speed. It eliminates sources of vibration, delivers
optimum contact patch and shape for handling, traction and treadwear.

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