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Post  nodakbassmaster on Wed Oct 27, 2010 2:44 pm

Well, if you have an F, only one of those tires listed will work.... other than calling around locally and searching the internet, prices fluctuate a little bit and the place that used to have the best price on that tire that I knew of tireseasy.com, no longer does....

might wanna double check which rim size you have before ordering anything...

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Post  ESKIMO on Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:10 pm

THOUGHT THE F MODEL WAS A 18 INCH REAR WHEEL UNLESS YOU HAVE CHANGED REAR WHEEL....BELIEVE YOR PHOTO SHOWS A F MODEL....PERSONALLY RUN THE TOYO T1R 215/45ZR/18 ...HAVE 6,000 MILES AND ITS LOOKS NEW....I'LL NEVER GO BACK TO M/C REAR TIRE....TAKE CARE..RIDE SAFE....ESKIMO...

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Post  walkermw525 on Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:54 am

Just got the toyo about 3 weeks ago from thetireclub.com for $160 with free shipping. it was the best price i found.

Just checked price is up to $178.72 with free shipping which is still much less the the $260 other sites want. here is a link to the site

http://www.thetireclub.com/item.wws?sku=246520&itempk=504651&mfr=TOYO?q=246520&safe=active
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Post  1800carl on Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:27 am

I just went with the tire size the other "F" riders are running and thinking they all have that size with the GYTT's. Very Happy
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Post  abfpat on Sat Nov 06, 2010 2:07 am

If you're looking for a Michellin Hydroedge 205/65/16R, I've got a new one sitting in the garage that I would let go for $120.00 + Shipping from Illinois.
Took a bolt in my original one and couldn't get a replacement fast enough, so ended up with an extra tire.
Let me know if you're interested.
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Post  1800carl on Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:25 am

Got a KUMHO ECSTA asx 215/45/18 from www.thetirerack.com at $139.00 out the door. Delivered next day and on the next.
I have a Harbor Fright tire changer with M/C adapter. My best Bud and I took off the wheel and I cut off the old tire with a die grinder(saves time and work). We only got it partway on when we pooped out and then hunted for a store or shop to finish. Went to 2 stores and 1 M/C shop that bad mouthed me for putting on a car tire. The next M/C shop did it with a smile and all 3 of us busting butt to get it on. He only had a manual machine.
Rides like a dream and looking forward for a long time not having to do that again. Dyna-Beading today, front 880 already done. Very Happy Very Happy
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Post  nodakbassmaster on Mon Dec 06, 2010 6:32 pm

sweet!

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Post  quadancer on Wed Dec 08, 2010 8:18 am

I hope you thought to tip the guy for his extra hassle. That leaves a path beaten for the rest who come in behind you.
Besides, who tips a tire guy? Believe me, it was appreciated, bigtime, when I did it.
Also, it's gonna be a loooooooooooong time before he gets YOUR business again; it's worth it.
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