Shop the Net for the best tire prices you can find. When you get the lowest price then call the sponsor of this sight, Direct Line Parts, and ask for their competitive pricing policy ( you have to call their toll free # ), you'll get your best lowest price from them.jamiesM109R said:A handful of burnouts and this thing is tracking about 6.5 inches on the highway.Â Should be time to start pulling the front end up. 1550 miles. ( $250.00 mounted = $0.16 a mile or $25.00 a burnout )
ppridgen1 said:I think i had 78 mile on the bike when I picked up the 12 penny nail in the rear. I tell my wife that's why I have to get the new 280...... :joke: :bigthumbsup: :doorag:Oh , AND it'll make her but look smaller
$1200 for a rear wheel?? Didn't know they cost that much!BradBike said:I got a screw in mine..Insurance replaced it for $0.
Best $199 I've ever spent..5 years of tire and wheel replacement.
I think it's $299 regularly but still a deal.
Heck the rear wheel costs $1200 and a blowout at 100 or so just might hurt it too.
Where in Orlando? We have quite a few from Central Florida.Kevin Kuiper said:If Ya All Live Any were Near Orlando Fla, I Can Do your Tire Changes for YaÂ Â I Can Mount And Balance them.. LMK!