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Where's the best place to get a set of tires and have them mounted? Fail-safe is I go back to the dealer. Looking for a set of Diablo Rossi's III. 

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If you can find a place to mount them, may try giving @RidersDiscountA shout and see what he can do for you price wise. Mike takes damn good care of us. 

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Your profile says NEO. So depending where in NEO I would suggest you buy them as mentioned above and have them mounted at @whaler 's in Medina.

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Sills Honda is an option too. $20 a wheel off bike.

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Subscribed.  Columbus area. 

Looking for PR2 or equivalent 

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1 hour ago, max power said:

Subscribed.  Columbus area. 

Looking for PR2 or equivalent 

RD had good offer on Diablo rosso in the sponsor segment 

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13 minutes ago, NinjaDoc said:

RD had good offer on Diablo rosso in the sponsor segment 

Those are not even close to the equivalent of a pilot road :lol:

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Just now, 2talltim said:

Those are not even close to the equivalent of a pilot road :lol:

Not corsas, the rossos, reasonable ST tires for that price

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1 minute ago, NinjaDoc said:

Not corsas, the rossos, reasonable ST tires for that price

Might be slightly better than a full sport tire but knowing what bubby @maxpower is looking for they most likely won't cut it. He's riding a 150HP beast and leads with a heavy wrist. He would chew through those Rossos like bubble gum. In the Pirelli line a Angle GT would fit the bill better for him.

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3 hours ago, max power said:

Subscribed.  Columbus area. 

Looking for PR2 or equivalent 

I usually get mine from Rocky Mountain. 

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