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02-05-2009 09:04 AM
Fire Ant Haven't had to change the tires yet, though I think that sometime this year I'll have to do it. I have the OEM Bridgestone's on the bike right now, but don't have anything to compare them to. I've heard really good things about those Metzlers...

--FA
02-04-2009 09:36 PM
cliffhusn Metzler for me, I love them, will let you know in a couple years how long they last.
02-04-2009 08:45 PM
lance328 Dunlop!
02-04-2009 08:27 PM
Mastertech So which is it, Dunlop or Bridgestone folks????
02-01-2009 09:14 PM
cliffhusn I waited almost 4 weeks for a day above 40 so when it came today we were dressed and out the door as soon as the hand hit 38 degrees... Other than water on the road where the snow melted it was great. I have a messy bike to clean up, but it's worth it. The ride was great!
02-01-2009 08:33 PM
Mastertech Ride all night cliff!
02-01-2009 08:04 PM
cliffhusn I was skeptical when I read the threads, but after today I am a believer. My better half and I ride together, she has Harley but I let her ride with me, anyway we buy gas at the same time and reset our odometers, before I put the bigger size tire on the front I was always about 4 tenths of a mile off when we get home. Tonight, when we got home I was a fraction of a tenth off. The 110 size fits perfect and it's a great ride! I didn't want to put the bike away tonight.
02-01-2009 07:51 PM
Mastertech
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The oem tire size puts the speedo roughly 5mph off. The 110 corrects the difference to be very close.
Thankyou kanuck, thats very good to know, i'm up soon for a new tire.
02-01-2009 07:45 PM
kanuck69 The oem tire size puts the speedo roughly 5mph off. The 110 corrects the difference to be very close.
02-01-2009 07:26 PM
Mastertech
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Originally Posted by cliffhusn View Post
Just had my first ride on my new Metzler and I feel like I have a new bike. It is awesome and you really notice it when you ride. That thing sticks to the road, even when it's wet. I got the 110 for the front thanks to this Forum's great advice and it did indeed fix the speedometer problem I am now within a fraction of a tenth of a mile of being right on the money.

Ckiff, what was that about the front tire? i'd like to have that idea please!
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