Tires for the F800gs .. who sells them and what do they look like!!!
Wheel Specs:F800gs stock
Rim, front 2.15 x 21"
Rim, rear 4.25 x 17"
Tire, front 90/90 - 21 54V
Tire, rear 150/70 - 17 69V
I listed the ones that are hard to find.........
Trelleborg tires...search for it you will never find it...look below.
old link... dont show much waiting for an update...
Maxxis Presa Detour
Need More Research..........
Mitas Dakar /Tkc 80 setup....
Maybe this should have a spot in the thread index above.
You can add us to the Heidenau K60 list:
any new ones any one would like to add?:D
These guys are local to me, but sell the Heidenau tire line up, add them they are good...
for the Canadians in the bunch you can get the Mitas tires at mx1canada.com. Great folks. Great tires.
the Mitas E09 Dakar front and rear are my current fav's. Although I still haven't tried the Dunlop.
i like the shinko 700/705 combo that chitown recommends here:
thx for the tip!:freaky
what are the advantages/disadvantages of the 130's and 140's, Chitown seems to like the narrow tires....
Fill me in:lurk
TKC-80 (130/17 size) :deal
What happened with that tire? was it mounted on the standard F8 rim? did you ride it to the end without incident?
asking because I have also a left over of those from my dakar and would be glad to use it???
Has anyone used www.tires-easy.com ?
They have the cheapest price for the Heidenau K60 scout 150 / 70 - 17 that I've been able to find ($176 shipped), but I haven't heard of the site before...
its that time again to change the tires for the up and coming spring ride!!
Have you seen the Vee Rubber VRM163? Looks like a great Street/Dirt mix for a great price.
Shinkos are way cheaper at motorcycle superstore $136 for the pair shipped
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