Sorta pointless stealthing out the fork leg logos if you're running E13 TRS wheels with their big bold non removable WHITE rim logos.You might want to consider replacing those bright Fox logos with some stealth black ones. The logos are satin black on a matt black background. You can only tell they are Fox by catching the light just so. They look really cool and will go well with your bike's appearance
I've actually just fitted a MM (soft) to the front of my sommet and a HRII (Maxxpro) to the rear.
This'll be the first winter in 13 years I've not just stuck with full dry treads (a DHF front and semi slick; blingbling. BBG or SS rear) and just embraced the sketchiness and no rear braking loose/sideways riding style they require. Rode a cold damp Glentress the other day with the HRII on the rear (DHF still upfront) and grip was insane compared to what I've intentionally become used to allowing me to push far far more in almost every corner with not a single sideways moment. er... No shit Gary?
I went with the harder compound rear and a HRII partly so rolling resistance wouldn't end up through the roof but partly because I like a bit of rear wheel sketchiness and like the drift characeristics of the HRII. The full reason for the switch will become apparent in the next week or so.
The wheels came after the logos and I couldn't bring myself to try remove or otherwise obscure the rim logos. Besides, although I like black or subdued stuff, I'm not obsessive about it.Ps. Supersoft Magic Mary's f&r?
Sorta pointless stealthing out the fork leg logos if you're running E13 TRS wheels with their big bold non removable WHITE rim logos.
(I have a set here unused for that very reason)
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