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Try a search for tires. There are several posts on this, almost as many as oil threads.
Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
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I like the Michelin Commander II. Great handling and longevity.
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2010 Ultra Limited FLHTK
SE Super Tuner
Jackpot Stainless Header
Rinehart 4" Muffs
I'll try to be nicer........if you try to be smarter.
Avon Cobra for sure!! ... Also, search the web before you buy. You can find good deals.
There was a time when I would agree with you but the last set of Cobras I got were CRAP. The front one developed cracks in every single tread space after 1k miles. And yes, my tires were inflated to the proper pressures. I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt and hoping that was just a fluke but I went with Metzlers this time anyway.
I had good service out of my stock Lops as long as I let them warm
up and ran the correct pressure (NOT the owners manual psi's)..
My Sportster got a complete suspension upgrade and then the stock
lops no longer cut it..
This is the dang truth I swear :
I got three times the rear brake with these MC II's
That means they got three times the stick,,wet or dry..
I got alot more turn in ALOT more,,,love em
I believe these MC II's just made every other sportster tire obsolete.
No strike that,,how about every other tire for any street bike...