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Jonesy920

Michelin S-12

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Does anyone know where I can get a set of s-12's, in stock ? Everyone I've called has them back ordered :) If I can't find them this week I'm going to try the Trelleborgs....

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I ordered my next set a couple of weeks ago and they say I wont get them until September! I guess the magazine article rated them so high that everyone is trying them. :)

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120/90/18 is the same tire. Give Motosport a call and they will explain why the measurements are funky. 1-888-676-8853 :)

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I will bring my tow strap when we ride again. I never run lower than 8 psi in the rear 10 psi front and only on mud tracks without rocks. That sounds like it will be dangerously low to me. :)

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Call Southhaven and talk to Mike. They had a whole bunch in stock the last time I checked. 662-393-2877

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They've got them at Seattle Cycle Center. http://seattlecycle.com/ I'm picking up a set tomorrow night. They give me a pretty good price, about $50 per tire plus tax. If you have no luck anywhere else, PM me and let's see if we can come up with a solution. (maybe I pick them up and ship them to you, or something like that.)

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I have to pipe in and add my link :D

www.swmototires.com

$58.00 to your door no shipping if you buy two or more tires.

I am finding the Maxxis lasting axactly the same as the S-12 and has better hook up on hard surface. Good summer tire give it a try. S-12 for winter all the way though. :)

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