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    Member harleyjoe43's Avatar
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    My tires are in great shape since I got the bike with 2100 miles on it. I'm wondering about when the time comes to have a new set of stock ones installed by a dealer, what kind of money (ball park) am I going to have to spend?

    Thanks in advance, Joe
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    '00 HD XLH 883

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    My local dealer will match prices, with internet, and if you bring the wheel in they will mount them free.

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    Some dealers will match prices, but in my experiences, the dealers have been a little higher but they usually mount them for free. They may ask if you want a new tube and that is up to you.
    If you can't find it, grind it

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    These are the two places I have bought new tires. I take the wheel and new tire and $20 to the local shop and what would take me all day they do in <5 minutes and that includes balancing.



    http://www.denniskirk.com/jsp/tpl/cm...0300013&page=1



    http://www.americanmototire.com/cata...00_204_214_583

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    rear $97.53 for TW34 or 204 $84.30 for Shinko

    front $67.14 for TW31 or 203 $63.78 for Shinko %50.33 for Chen Shin



    Free shipping. I'd call to make sure tires are in stock before ordering. I'd also consider a different front tire. There are tires that handle much better offroad than the stocker and other tires that last longer on pavement than the stocker.




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