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Old 08-15-2007, 10:31 PM   #1
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i was wondering what is the best tire for street riding, i have track tires but i need a new tire for street, i have a o5 750 gxa and i have a metzler m3 on it now a 190/50/17, but its worn down i need a tire that will last for a while, so any suggestions, and prices and if anyone has one in stock, also my front is a m3 also but i need a rear tire. pm me prices or post here or if you have them in stock.
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If you're running an M3 in the front, the Metzler Z6 is compatible and is a really good tire traction / mileage wise.

I keep them in stock, give me a shout in the a.m. and I'll get you a price.
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Old 08-15-2007, 10:55 PM   #4
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If you're running an M3 in the front, the Metzler Z6 is compatible and is a really good tire traction / mileage wise.

I keep them in stock, give me a shout in the a.m. and I'll get you a price.
will do, i want to get my suspension re adjusted also.
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i s my m3 front compatible with my diablo back? or should i change that?
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You should change it. Gotta be the same brand tire front and back atleast..
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i s my m3 front compatible with my diablo back? or should i change that?
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pirelli diablo work great for me
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Go see Patrick but my next tires will be the Bridgestone Battlax BT56 man those things love the rain and I got great mileage with them but with now I have M3's
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