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Find the Lowest Prices on Discount Motorcycle Tires Welcome to the Motorcycle Maniac Store, your single stop source for discount motorcycle tires from a wide range of manufacturers. We carry a massive selection of motorcycle tires from such world renowned manufacturers as Avon, AMS, Bridgestone, Dunlop, Michelin, Shinko, Vee, and more! Even better, we spare no expense or effort to bring you the lowest possible prices on each and every set of motorcycle tires youll find for sale here on our site. Be sure to take your time and browse our inventory fully before making your final purchase decision its important to select the correct tires for your motorcycle. Since the connection of rubber and road determines everything about your riding experience, from control to cornering to traction and grip, choosing the proper tire for your specific needs is the most important step toward fully enjoying your motorcycle. We make every effort to keep the information on our motorcycle tires current and up to date, so you should be able to find more information on each of the brands and styles we sell. However, if you have any questions about the best brand or style of motorcycle tires for you, or if youre looking for information on our discount motorcycle tires that you cant find from browsing our store, dont hesitate to drop us a line were always ready to help out a fellow motorcycle maniac! In addition to discount motorcycle tires of all kinds, the Motorcycle Maniac Store brings you a wide range of accessories and gear for all kinds of motorcycles and riders. Weve got all the helmets, gloves, goggles, and apparel you could ever want, all at rock bottom prices. In addition, youll find a huge selection of batteries and inner tubes and we even carry moped tires! Whatever youre looking for, weve got it for you, and at a price that wont break your bank account. Dealing with the Motorcycle Maniac Store is as easy as it is convenient. Our No Hassle Guarantee on all the parts and accessories you purchase from us ensures that you spend more time enjoying your motorcycle and less time dealing with ordering issues. Whats our No Hassle Guarantee? Were glad you asked! If for any reason the part or accessory you order isnt exactly what you need, all you have to do is send it back to us unused and we will credit you back 100% of your money. You wont find any of those ridiculous restocking fees here as long as we get the part back, you get your money back; its that simple. Tired of motorcycle stores that send you parts that are similar to what you ordered? You wont find that kind of nonsense here! We wont substitute anything on your order without your direct request and permission. Finally, we offer some of the cheapest shipping on our discount motorcycle tires, apparel, and accessories youre likely to find anywhere. For any order under $99, we charge you a flat shipping fee of $7. For any order over $99, you dont pay for shipping at all! Quick, easy, and affordable thats how we roll.

2009-03-25 09:41:17 by macandwhisper

Fix a flat should be for emergencies only

If you do use-tell the shop if you when you bring it in. Some of the shops I've worked at charged extra if somebody had used that stuff-especially if they didn't tell us.
If it's older bike-chances are tires have suffered. Look closely at tires for fine cracks from rubber drying out and dry rotting. If tires (whole motorcycle!) wasn't stored properly, rubber (tires+o-rings, seals, etc) deteriote over time.
Let us know kind of bike-should have id sticker on frame towards steering head or under seat. How long it has been since last ridden, etc.
If you are looking for cheap tires for an older bike-check

2011-01-03 18:51:18 by author_unknown

All I'm saying is

I looked at a bunch of reviews before I bought them.
Shinko, I think a South Korean company, bought the yokohama motorcycle tire line, from the molds to the processes and tread compounds.
Of the 3 tires I've bought, none needed weights to be balanced. They are quieter than the Dunlops they replaced, and feel like they have a firmer sidewall. All were round and unblemished. They are more comfortable running in rain than I am. I have no reason to believe they are anything but safe.
The many reviews from those who have bought them from the Motorcycle Superstore were uniformly positive

Hopkins RhinoGear 11930 Tire Hugger Wheel Chock - Set of 2
Automotive Parts and Accessories (Hopkins)
  • Made of durable plastic
  • Nested for easy storage
  • Use to keep tires from rolling
  • Item is a set of 2 chocks
Motion Pro Motion Pro 08-0115 10" Spoon Type Tire Iron
Automotive Parts and Accessories (Motion Pro)
  • Hard nickel pewter finish
  • 10 inches long and weighs 7.1 ounces
  • Recommended by top tire changers
  • Curved end fits securely in the hand
ProSource Heavy Duty Anti-Theft Tire Wheel Clamp Lock
Home Improvement (ProSource)
  • Made out of weather resistant steel
  • Soft coated clamp will not scratch or damage wheels or rims
  • Portable and easy to store
  • Highly visible due to bright colors (red & yellow)
  • Very simple and convenient set up

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