I can't find anyone that can beat Chaparral - how about you guys?
hard to say, but with Chaparral you have to understand that it might be 2 months before you actually receive those "cheap" tires.
if you like dunlop's (752,755,756,739) then you need to talk with Jim Cook at http://www.smackovermotorsports.com/ he has a special where he ships you 2 rear tires and 1 front tire for $165 (shipping is included).
Roostn: There are 1 too may o's in discount to make the URL work. Once I corrected it, I was able to visit the site. Thanks.
Great prices, lots of inventory and very good service.
Use http://www.discoountmotorcycletire.com They are a shop located just down the street from me and have the lowest prices I can find. I used to get tires from all over but now I use them exclusivelly. They are cheaper even having to pay sales tax.
Roostn in Denver
Thanks guys - I have a $99 deal going for two tires - one 18" and one 19" - from Chaparral. I'll do a comparo with the sites to see if anyone else does better.
Perilli is having a special. Ask your dealer if he can get any. I got a rear for $55.
I just got new tires from Rocky Mountain last week. M59 front and the new M78 120 wide for the rear(this thing is a monster!!). With shipping the total was $124. They have the M78 for much cheaper than I have seen it anywhere. They came in about 4 days from CO. To IL. The same day I ordered tires for the street bike from Chapparal and they did not have my first two choice of models in stock. I had to go with the third choice before they had some. NOTE: These were not "odd" sized tires. I have had similar problems with stuff being in stock with Chapparal.
I looking for tires, and the cheapest prices I've seen are from Motorcycle Accessory Warehouse (MAW) at www.accwhse.com. For an example, I'm looking at the Dunlop 756s (80/100x19 and 110/90x21). From Chaparral they're $52 and $61. From MAW they're $48 and $55. I don't know about the shipping, it could be a wash after that...
Got my last set of Michelin S12's from www.cycledepot.net They do the ol' meet or beat, but have pretty low prices to begin with and reasonable shipping. I suggest calling the 800# to check stock and get the best price.
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