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I did some searching and it seems ok to do. My local track is mostly left handed so I was wondering if I could flip my Bridgestone slicks to get some more life out of them. Thanks in advance :clap:
 

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Sure thing. No worries.
Easier if you can sweet talk track management to allow you to run the other direction. :D
 

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Sure thing. No worries.
Easier if you can sweet talk track management to allow you to run the other direction. :D
Yup on that... and yup on your question.
 

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Should.
Most slicks have an neutral carcass design.
 

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I had the same problem with some dunlops. They had a direction arrow, so I asked the dunlop guy. He said on a sumo no problem, on a high horsepower sport bike it might cause the cord to unravel but a sumo would not have enough power to do this. I think you can do it on most slicks. I fliped and had no problem.:)
 
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