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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-24-2016, 10:13 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 06 V92TC....Needing to put on some tires real soon. What brand would you recommend ? I want to be safe, but I do not want to of money on them. Got some ideas ? Where to buy them from...Mail order ? Shop ?

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Revzilla.com is where I get mine. Always been the cheapest too, for me at least. The details on the tires are pretty in depth and the amount of reviews are great for researching.

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JP Cycle or Dennis KIrk has free shipping. you're going to half to look under harley for the tires. They will not list Vic
guessing American Elite would be cheap and maybe the best
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I've ordered from www.jakeWilson.com
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My front tire is a dunlap 491 MT90...at the hell size it that ?

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my front tire is a dunlap 491 mt90...at the hell size it that ?
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I've got metzelers on mine, I like them pretty good. I got them from either jp cycles or motorcycle superstore. Can't remember which, I think it was jp cycles

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How many people mount their own tires ? And how do you balance them ? I have used the little beads in past bikes...anybody use them still ?

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I used Jake Wilson when our dollar was worth something.

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