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james w: It's cheap and tires only last 5000 miles anyway so I figured what the hell!Mar 23, 2014
Lance S: Good reviews, great price, ease if use on this websiteNov 21, 2013
A shopper asked:Really want to put these classic tires on a 2007 sporty 1200r with mags. Other sources say danger danger! Just want to cruise around. Any harm? Will they fit okay on stock mags?Dec 22, 2014
Dwayne C:I grew up with the flat thread tires back on the old Duo Glides and Electra Glides...panheads and shovelheads. I put them on a 07 Ultra Glide and they don't seem to hold the weight like the old Goodyear Speedmasters. The old tires you could run them up on the edge...these seem to be fighting with the flat tread and the sidewall...both wanting to flex yet not. They have a hard tread...but i've told folks...unless you rode on these tires back in the 60's and 70's....need to be very leary of them. These tires are a 5.00-5.10/16 tire so you're talking them being about a 130/16 tire...don't know how wellt they would match up on a sporty rim. The weight of a sporty probably would be about right for them...like i said...just have to be very careful especially making turns. I got all kinds of compliments on them and they looked great on the bike...but if you've never rode on them before....please use extreme caution.Dec 30, 2014
Streven M:Your Car?!? Seriously. No these will not fit they are motorcycle tires.. and skinny ones at that. Your rim is 6" wide these are probably around 3".. so buy two and mount them side by side ;-)Oct 22, 2013