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  • Are Bridgestone tires made by Michelin?

    No, Bridgestone and Michelin are competitors.

  • Does Bridgestone make falken tires?

    No, Falken are made by Sumitomo Rubber of Japan.

  • Are bridgestone tires good and safe?

    Yes. Bridgestone is one of the world's largest tire manufacturers, and sells new tires to auto manuf

  • How expensive are tires produced by Bridgestone tire?

    "Bridgestone tires vary in price based on size and vehicle. They can be under $100 for motorcycles,

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    Bridgestone Bridgestone BATTLAX BT-016 Pro Hypersport/Track Rear Motorcycle Tire 180/55-17
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    • New multi-compound technology derived from MotoGP delivers the grip performance demanded in every aspect - braking, maximum side grip in cornering, and strong traction...
    • Rear tire features a new triple compound (5LC) The center compound offers good stability, the shoulder compound transfers power to the road with strong traction...
    • The rear tires L shaped grooves enhance shock absorption and rear-end steering. Groove location not across tread center area provides both wet performance and strong...
    • The steel MS-BELT (mono-spiral belt) construction applied to front and rear tires absorbs sudden impact from bumps and offers high stability and tremendous line-holding...
    • HTSPC- ( High Tensile Super Penetrated Cord - Mono Spiral Belt ) technology in front and rear tire provides rich contact feel, strong grip and high-speed stability...
    2009-04-03 09:32:33 by my68flh

    Bridgestone Recall-Motorcycle Tires on Triumph

    Triumph Rocket III Touring
    April 03, 2009
    Category: North America
    Bridgestone Americas Tire Operation is recalling 957 Bridgestone Exedra G850 G motorcycle tires, size 180/70R16 77H, sold as OE on 2008 and 2009 Triumph Rocket III Touring motorcycles.
    The very high torque Rocket III motorcycle can cause torque-induced degradation in a body ply, which may result in the tire’s inner liner cracking, leading to a slow leak in the rear tire only. Affected tires can begin to vibrate at moderate speeds, producing the risk of a crash.
    BATO and Triumph are working to notify owners, and will replace defective tires – and the matching front tires – free of charge

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