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Jeremy W: Great reviews, the right performance, AMAZING price, and fits the bike I have.May 28, 2015
George K: "information given to me by individuals who use this brand."May 28, 2015
Nathan B: My front tire is shot, and I wanted this particular brand/sizeMay 26, 2015
David C: Reviewing the video it seemed like the best choice.May 9, 2015
Richard M: great price, free shipping, no tax and extreamley frindley people (easy to work with)Feb 24, 2015
Charles H: price and my last purchase was shipped very fastOct 23, 2014
A J: Trying the Metz for the first time since my front bridgestone didn't last very long and I was very disappointed with it, for how much these tires cost they should last a long time. So I am hoping the metz is better than the bridgestone.Oct 15, 2014
James C: I've had this tire before and it performed very well in all conditions. It had about 4000 miles on it and just wore out, but the back tire looks great!! So it just might be one of those things no big deal.Jul 16, 2014
Jonah C: Replacement front tire for 2002 BMWR1200 CruiserJul 10, 2014
Stephen C: popular tire and it fits my bike, good wear on treads.May 9, 2014
Kenny L: I have the back tire and my front tire has dry rot ,, If you can please send me a code for a discount ,Will soon need the back tire ,Thank you .Apr 19, 2014
Richard F H: Good people to deal with, called many times for information and have always been treated very well, they want my business, that alone will keep me coming back. Good price Fast service Replace front tire due to date age Run nothing but Metzelers on my road bikes and love them.Mar 11, 2014
jacob M: needed new tires and forums said go for theseMar 9, 2014
Carlos A: I love my girlfriend and this one was for her bikeMar 7, 2014
David G: Best wear of any tire we have ever owned. Dunlop and others get about 7K. ME880s got 20K on a 600VLX, 18K on my 750ACE. This is a hard rubber tire which gives you hi miles but won't be suitable for crotch rockets carving curves.Oct 23, 2013
V A: Replacing identical tire on wife's VTX1300. Went 16,000 miles, but started wearing funny due to front suspension wearing. Will freshen front suspension and install new tire.Oct 7, 2013
C S: i need a long lasting yet durable and sticky enough tire to lean my bike even on wet roadsOct 3, 2013
A shopper asked:My Wife's 2012 Victory Vegas currently has a Dunlop Bias-ply D417, 180-55B-18 on the rear and a Dunlop Bias-ply Elite-3, 90-90-21 on the front. I would like to swap them out to the Metzeler 880's. Metzeler makes a 180/55ZR-18 for the rear and a 90/90H-21 for the front. 1) Are the above Metzelers OK for fitment on her 2012 Victory Vegas? 2) Can you tell me if both of these Metzelers are Radials and if they would create any issues to her Bike such as going from a Bias-ply to a Radial tire? 3) How does the Bike handle when you go from Bias-ply to a Radial on a Bike? 4) I appreciate that you don't want to mix tire make-ups on a Bike (example, front = Bias-ply, rear = Radial)... but what happens if you go from both of them being Bias-ply... to both being Radials? Lots of questions... Thanks.Jan 20, 2013
Woody798:I can answer some of your questions. I also went from bias to radial some years ago and I like the difference, if you look up on the net under bias ply versus radial you will see a link from Michelin that will describe the differences better than I can. The Metzeler 880 are great tires for you machine and if you follow the size on your rims now and use the same size they will fit, some have gone larger but not sure where the limit is. Handling will be better with radial tires. Hope this helps.Feb 19, 2013
irvegas:bikerdeano, did you go with the Metzelers, I have the same issue, ordered the tires for my 2008 Vegas, and discovered the front is actually bias. I think this is Ok, for radial on rear, bias in front, this is what Jackpot has stock. What concerns me is Kingpin, which uses the same rear as Vegas, owners report issues with high speed wobble with the Metz on the rear. I think it's a mounting issue. interested in finding out how it worked out for you.May 3, 2013
RevZilla:The Metzeler ME880 Marathon Front Tire in size "120/70ZR19 60W-1" is the OEM replacement for the Harley V-Rod and the size "120/70ZR19 60W-2" is the OEM replacement for the Trimuph Thunderbird. Both tire sizes are Z rated and have the same 60W weight rating.Jul 26, 2012
RevZilla:The sizing of the tires are all the same. NWS is the designation for the Narrow White Stripe (thin stripped white walls) and WWW is the designation for the Wide White Walls (thick stripped white walls). All other without any designation are going to be regular black wall tires.Aug 27, 2012
A shopper asked:I bought a 880 metzeler marathon 150/80/16 H71 for the front of my 2006 Vulcan 2053 cc LTD classic. There is a rotation arrow with the note on the sidewall that is for rear mounted position. The bike shop mounted this tire on the front with the rotation same as noted for the rear position. Is this right, or right tire, is this tire just for the rear or can it be mounted on front of bike? Will the rotation be the same way on rear as front? It only has a rotation written on one side for a rear position. JoeJun 30, 2015
A shopper asked:gday. can i use the metzler marathon 880 80/90-21 M/C 48H as a tubeless front tyre on my kawasaki vulcan 900? i have seen it listed without the TL designation..also is it a radial or bias and what is the differance .also the bike has a pirelli route rear ..will i have compatability issues? cheers marty : )Jan 17, 2015