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Old 08-08-2005, 06:44 PM   #1
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So I guess I need a new back tire. How much do they go for. I think I have a 180 or 190 on the back.. not sure, but i'll post later with the size.. but how much can i get one for? *not looking to spend alot.. a good friend quoted me around 60 for a set
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Re: New Tire

pretty shure i know were you can pick up one for 70buck a brand new one that is but i would have to check tomarrow
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pretty shure i know were you can pick up one for 70buck a brand new one that is but i would have to check tomarrow
who? are you thinking of who i am thinking of? "LW"

you were supposed to call me when you got home
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Re: New Tire

i did focker look at you missed call log and see.. oh ya bet your surprised to see me back on after all this time..
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oh yeah.. oops
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its 180
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So I guess I need a new back tire. How much do they go for. I think I have a 180 or 190 on the back.. not sure, but i'll post later with the size.. but how much can i get one for? *not looking to spend alot.. a good friend quoted me around 60 for a set
$60 a set??! You sure you heard him right? Can't even get a front tire for that cheap.
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for real! if it is right, lemme know, cuz I need a new rear, and perhaps front.
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Old 08-09-2005, 09:02 AM   #10
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So I guess I need a new back tire. How much do they go for. I think I have a 180 or 190 on the back.. not sure, but i'll post later with the size.. but how much can i get one for?* not looking to spend alot.. a good friend quoted me around 60 for a set
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i just have never had to buy one... i think he mentioned they were race take-offs
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take offs will be cheap , but it is USED not new
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Old 08-09-2005, 09:09 AM   #12
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take offs will be cheap , but it is USED not new
how bad are the tires though.. dont the tires only run 8 miles
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Re: New Tire

they arent bad, but they have been heat cycled a time or two,, they just arent real reliable if you ride hard..
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Re: New Tire

We typically sell take offs at $80.00 a set. We're pretty low right now but will have a bunch in a couple of weeks. A new D208 or Sportech 180 will run you $124.95, we have those as well as others in stock.

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hey how much do you guys charge for installation?...front and back
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i love my snap-on tire changer and balancer right:
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