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motorcycle super store

american motorcycle tire
 

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agree with ohara, I bought my last set from American Motorcycle tire good prices and very fast shipment.



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What they said, MSS seem pretty reliable. I am on new set of Shinko H rated that I purchased from them, and so far I really like them. about $103. Received within 8 days.
 

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That's where I got mine full set for $118 delivered Shinko Tourmaster.

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Just bought a rear tire from Dennis Kirk - delivered in like 4 days, awesome deal (Bridgestone S11)
 

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I compared EVERY place on the web and Motorcycle super store
had the best prices and free shipping.

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My local dealership matched a MSS price on my Elite 3s
 

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Just got mine two weeks ago motorcycle super store had the best price. Bought Dunlop Elite 3's 240.00 no tax or shipping Huge diffrence in the bike handling
 

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farmerkevin wrote:
Give your local dealer the business so they'll be around for the next set of tires.
Farmer's right.

I get my tires locally at D&D Motorcycle. Prices aren't that much higher than the internet and it's local economy.

The shop mounts and balances free. How much are you net buyers paying for mounting? Around here it's $25 & upper tire.
 

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I just looked at motorcycle superstore......

Try JCWhitney, I bought the kruz tires for my 82 1100

They have been great so far
 

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farmerkevin wrote:
Give your local dealer the business so they'll be around for the next set of tires.
He is right, and alot of dealers won't work on older bikes any more unless you are a regular. Sometimes it pays to pay a little more and keep your foot in the door.
 

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Bike...and Dennis wrote:
The shop mounts and balances free. How much are you net buyers paying for mounting? Around here it's $25 & upper tire.
My local guy wants like $30 plus the inflated price of the tire. I'm getting MUCH better at doing my own. Somewhere on this forum it was suggested to use Armor-all to get the tire on and off - Very good suggestion. Now I should make some kind of balancing jig (I haven't balanced any yet, 4 tires so far!). Also, since I'm the one taking the tire on/off, I get to see the condition of everything else in there. Makes me feel better, anyway!
 

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Mount and balance in my dad's garage. He has a tire changer. Balancing is a little difficult, but I leave that to him, he has a lot more experience with these types of things than I do.
 
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