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Bridgestone Exedra Max Bias Ply Front Tires

  • Specific Rubber compound for cruiser applications provides long mileage
  • Unique wide shape of tire profile supports touring-type riding while reducing fatigue
  • Rubber compounds and tread patterns enhance water evacuation and both dry and wet grip
  • Tubeless
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Bridgestone Exedra Max First of all, I want to say that this is my 1st time purchasing from Revzilla. I knew all along I wanted a Bridgestone Exedra Max tire to replace the worn front tire on my Kawasaki Vaquero in order to have a match for my rear tire purchased last season. After an extensive search at local dealers for the best price, I decided to try an online inquiry as friends and family had suggested. I checked out numerous dealers selling the tire I desired and found Revzilla to have the best price over all the rest. After placing my order, I received a confirmation email which included tracking. My tire arrived in perfect condition on the precise day as promised. I must say that my entire Revzilla experience was a great one and not only will I make purchases in the future, but I'll recommend Revzilla to everybody I know. Thank You Revzilla once again for a fantastic purchasing experience. Tony G. Ringwood NJ April 6, 2015
good tire for the money, good tire for the money, the handling and ride quality/comfort improved May 18, 2015
Great price, great product! Perfect fit, works great. For the price, can't find anything better than this. May 13, 2015
Bridgestone Exedra G709 130/70R18 Touring Tire This is my second Bridgestone Exedra G709 130/70R18 Touring Tire for my 2003 GL1800, and I can't see using anything else; it runs much smoother, quieter and longer than the OEM tire that was on the bike when I bought it. I got 14,300 miles on the 1st G709 with no cupping or induced headshake. It had probably 1,000+ miles left on it but I'm getting ready for an extended tour and didn't want to have to stop and change it in Frozen Sneakers, Neb, or somewhere like that. This tire sticks good, provides nimble handling, and ignores rain. It's a great tire at a good price point. May 11, 2015
Great tire I love these tires just put Exedra Max on front and back. It feels like a new bike. My tire guy, said "man that's a nice tire, what brand is that? Bridgestone, man that's a nice tire". I think he liked it too. :) March 17, 2015
Really quick delivery I was so surprised at how fast the product was delivered. Second time I buy from this company and always delivered correctly and fast. Tires are great purchase January 13, 2014
Bridgestone G709 For the heaviest motorcycle like the Goldwing there is no other tire like theG709. Try many other brand but find it will outwork & out last the others better handing in the rain and that is important when you are 2up. Highly Recommended. August 27, 2013
I ride a vmax so v rated tires are a must Bridgestone is one of a very few brands that bother to make a set of tires for the V Max. They are V rated and work well on the bike. Not radials but very good non the less. December 31, 2012
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Fred W: Couldn't find radials to fit my mc. May 7, 2015
Dakota C: Best tire for my bike Mar 4, 2015
Christopher B: Price Jan 6, 2015
herman k: same as stock tire on bike Mar 22, 2014
Cameron G asked: Would these be good on a harley fat bob (approx 690lbs)? I know he says they are best for the metric cruisers but I dont see too much difference when it comes to weight and whatnot....Am I just naive? Thnk you so much! Aug 21, 2014
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David H: I'm not sure for a bike that heavy. Mine is 460Lbs, but with one or two people on the bike the tires ride well. The wear marks on the tire are right in the sweet spot for wear. I was never happy with Concords but am very pleased with the Bridgestones. I don't believe the Bridgestone is as hard a tire as the Concord because I have a smoother ride now. I've got close to 2000 mile on the tires and still am happy with them. Aug 26, 2014
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John r: My Honda is about 100 lbs lighter than yours but I think the added weight will help with traction. These are great tires I felt completely comfortable with them on a twisty road while it was raining and all other driving conditions. Aug 25, 2014
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P H: I do not know about the fat bob. However I mounted them on a 725 lbs vn2000 and the handling was great. Very quiet and stable. At 3000 miles no sign of wear, which is great because that bike eats rear tires. Aug 21, 2014
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Keith S: I purchased the exedra max radial for my goldwing. Have apprx. 7000 miles on it and its wearing perfectly love the tire. I also use dyna beads for balancing, i think this is the key to motorcycle tire success Aug 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Whats the difference between 48h and 54h if the size is same? Apr 2, 2015
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Bret A: 48h is a load rating of 397 lbs.
54h is a load rating of 467 lbs.
The load rating simply states the amount of weight a given tire can handle during use.
Apr 5, 2015
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Patrick J: The number determines the speed limit the tire can run safely. Apr 2, 2015
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