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MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM..........................TARS!!!!!!!!!!!!

wonder if there is a limit. :confused
 

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Sig said:
MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM..........................TARS!!!!!!!!!!!!
wonder if there is a limit. :confused
I think it is limited to peeps who actually ride a motorcycle. :nanana
 

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I think it is limited to peeps who actually ride a motorcycle. :nanana
:redflip

I've ridden it recently......i rode all the way to the car wash with kerry at thanksgiving thank you. :toothy
 

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Alright, I've filled out everything and got my password. I went to pirellidiablo.com and signed in. Now how do I get my coupon?
 

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I dunno, I gave up. Too much effort, I'd rather just pay another $150 for the 2nd tire. I prefer running cashed race take-offs on the street anyway. Makes commuting him in 34 degree rain that much more entertaining.
 

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I found the price of the rear to be WAYYYY to pricey?? Heck by the time I bought the rear and got the FREE front it was gonna cost near $200! I can get a set of BT010's off the net for much less than that!
 

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:confused $126 for the rear local here.

kneedraggers has them listed for $122 same as the bt010

$112+$8 on shipping from Ron Ayers
 

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damn pay attention to detail:rant

I filled out the form and all, then tried to find that damn coupon to send in for a front since I just bought a new tire. Well it isnt available until the 15 of the month.........duh:think
 

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Well this is what I have found out. The retail price for the Diablo street rear (180/55) is $199 but dealers vary big time as what they will actually sell it for. MR Cycle Center here in Asheville wants $134 for it, Waynesville Cycle Center will sell it for $160, Harpers Yamaha wants $124.99. Its certainly worth your time to call around. None of the dealers had heard about this promotion by the way.
 

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None of the dealers had heard about this promotion by the way.
Of course they haven't "heard" about it. They're going to miss out on selling and you a $120 tire. :shrug
 

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Don't forget there is a 20 dollar shipping fee for the front. So, although it's not really free it's damn cheap for a nice front for 20 bones. :thumb

I think I'll have to get my family members to go buy tires as well. :D
 

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you can get the rear for 111.00 at www.discountmotorcycletires.com

I looked on Pirelli's website and they say you get a "free" 120/70 ZR17 front tire - My ZX6R runs a 120/60 ZR17 I wonder if they'll ship me MY size if I request it? :confused
 

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Doesn't the 11 run a 120/70 though?
 

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you can get the rear for 111.00 at www.discountmotorcycletires.com

I looked on Pirelli's website and they say you get a "free" 120/70 ZR17 front tire - My ZX6R runs a 120/60 ZR17 I wonder if they'll ship me MY size if I request it? :confused

Go ahead and put that 70 series front on the 6r :thumb. My R6 came with 60 series and after a few sets, I finally changed to a 70 series and have never looked back. And if you plan to take the 6r to the track, DEFINITELY go with the 70 series ;).
 

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Yes, the ZX11 DOES run a 120/70, but I don't want Pirellis' on it.

Thanks for the advice Johnny T - I will switch up to the 70 on the front - I guess its a moot point worrying if it will fit the rim, right?
 
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