Bridgestone Motorcycle Tire COMBO For GL1800 Gold Wing

Bridgestone

Bridgestone Motorcycle Tire COMBO For GL1800 Gold Wing
ON SALE
$319.99
Regular Price:
$369.99
MSRP:
$538.90
Item #:
WSBRCOMBO
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319.99

COMBO discount pricing on this set of Bridgestone tires designed and developed specifically for the Honda GL1800 Goldwing motorcycle. Revolutionary design offers exceptional ride, comfort & handling that your powerful GL1800 Goldwing requires on the open road.

COMBO includes 1 - Bridgestone G709 130/70R18 front and 1 - Bridgestone G704 180/60R16 rear sold together as a pair at one Super Low Price!!!

Bridgestone Tires for Honda Gold Wing GL1800 motorcyle at discount pricing from Wingstuff

52 Member Reviews

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4/11/2014
Mark
Greenvillle, OH
50_stars
Great Service and Great Tires

I purchased the Combo set of Bridgestones for my 2002 Orange GL1800 on Monday evening and had the tires on my porch at 10:30 on Wednesday morning. They were shipped from CA to OH in less than two days with FREE SHIPPING. Now that is Great Service. Great Job WingStuff!!!! We will have to wait and see how the tires perform but the other reviews look promising.

M. Lemon

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3/15/2014
Mario A.
Cambria Heights, NY
50_stars
Great tires.

This is my second set in a few years. I do quite a bit of riding and I love these tires. The grip, the smooth ride that they provide are second to none. Thank you Wingstuff for such a speedy delivery. I ordered on a Wednesday and they were here by Friday. Great job!!

5 out of 5 people found this helpful
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2/18/2014
Flyboy
WY
50_stars
Bridgestone Tire Combo

The traction is better than the last set of Avon's. Time will tell about mileage wear. Do your self a favor, next time you swap out your tires replace the stick on or pound on wheel weights with equal amounts of B B's. Or just confiscate some from your kids, Daisey air gun BB stash!
Only down side is you can hear them rolling around when engine is off and you push or move the bike. The upside is the smooth vibration free ride. Trust me when I say that the difference is unbelievable, and no need to rebalanced the tires! This is the same principle as the mega expensive Centramatic wheel balance system, at a nano fraction of the cost.

31 out of 31 people found this helpful
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1/21/2014
TaylorsWing
Houston, TX
50_stars
Replacing factory tires

These tires were factory tires on my 2013 wing and I have just over 14,500 miles on the original tires. I probably still have another couple thousand miles left on the front tire but the rear is due to be replaced. I never had the wobbles and the handling has been great even when i got caught in 40+ mile per hour rain storm. (scariest ride I ever had with nowhere to pull off the road.) The factory tires were balanced with the exterior weights and I kept the tire pressure right with the help of the TPMS warning system. This time I have also ordered the balancing beads to see how those work out. I have been very pleased with the factory tires and hope these will do the same.

27 out of 27 people found this helpful
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12/10/2013
$hooter
Fort Worth, TX
50_stars
Bridgestone 709

I am a darksider running a (car tire) Kumho Estra 195/55/16RF on the rear of my 08 Wing, but I run the 709 on the front at 41 psi with the Cemtramatic wheel balancers. I have slightly over 7000 miles on the front and no cupping at all. The Dunlaps I use to run turned into a wash board. I highly recommend the 709, the Cemtramatics and the Kumho. NO...YOU WILL NOT crash and burn. I have over 20,000 miles on my rear tire with at least another 10,000 left. People who claim you will have problems have no clue what they are talking about when running a Kumho tire. You can see for yourself at...
www.youtube.com/user/HondaGoldwingGL1800

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