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My first Bridgestone
I have been getting 22k to 25k on orginal Dunlops. I thught I would try Bridgestone this time, from reading the reviews. They felt a little different from the Dunlops at first, but seem to be fine after about 100 miles. If the last me as long as the Dunlops I will be happy.
June 25, 2012
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A shopper asked:I am looking for tires for my 02 Goldwing GL1800. I was wondering what's the difference between the Exedras that say Radial and the ones that don't besides the price. Are radials better for my ride? ThanksMay 15, 2015
Lowell P:Radials have largely replaced bias ply tires for highway use. They are considered to offer more control and a softer ride with better mileage.
Bias ply tires are less susceptible to sidewall damage and so may be favored for off-road applications.
The Bridgestone Exedra tires were reputedly developed in a partnership with Honda specifically for the big Goldwings. In my humble opinion the radials are the tire of choice for commuting and especially if your rides include a lot of twisty roads.May 22, 2015
A shopper asked:I have a 96 1500SE and am looking at 'stones for it. However, I think my sizes are 150/80R17 and 180/70R16 which I don't see on your list. Do you not have those or do I have the wrong sizes? Thanks.Oct 22, 2013
A S:I'm pretty sure your wrong about the size tires you have because I have a 95 GL1500 Aspencade and I have the original 130/70R18 and 160/80R16 for the rear. I'm not an expert on the SE series of GW's so I may be wrong. Good Luck.Feb 9, 2014