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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!!!
I love my Bridgestone's! First set I got over 14,000 miles on them ,came on the new 2015. second set at 7000 miles cupping cupping cupping. ? Why? I want to buy more Bridgestone's but I may have to try the new Dunlop. Seven years, 100,000 miles, I buy a lot of tires
I wrote a review a few days ago how I was not please with the Bridgestone tire rebate that went wrong.
I was contacted by Wingstuff customer service (Rodney Enriquez) who contacted Bridgestone rewards to explain the problems with my tire rebate.
I am really please customer service, for helping me out on this.
I would have to say Bridgestone rebate is the biggest disappointment ever.
I ordered my tires combo from Wingstuff because of a so call rebate that Wingstuff was advertising for Bridgestone. Sent in my rebate and I was told I am not going to get the $50.00 rebate because I didn't have a receipt that they were installed by a dealer.
The person I spoke to at Bridgestone rebate didn't really care about the customer at all.
The person at Bridgestone I spoke to said we have this wrote at the bottom of the rebate form wrote real small. I think they do this so they don't have to pay out the $50.00.
I asked the person if I could have my tires installed by a dealer which was after 7/4/2016 and the person from Bridgestone said I was to late to do that.
If it would not have of took Bridgestone rebate email three weeks to respond to my rebate, I possibly could of had the tire mounted by a dealer.
The Bridgestone rebate person didn't care if you bought Bridgestone tires ever.
I am writing about my experience with Bridgestone so maybe the next person purchasing tires from Wingstuff don't get screwed like I did.
I have the TPMS to help me keep the tire pressure around 41 on the rear and around 40 on the front. I got 14,000 miles on the factory set and 14,000 miles on the second set. When the price went to 329 for the Bridgestone set, I thought I would try the more expensive Elite 3 set for a few more dollars thinking I would either get a better ride or more mileage. I was wrong. As early as 3,000 miles I was seeing cupping on the left and right side of the front tire. At 12,000 miles on the Elite 3 set, I had to replace the front and rear due to significant cupping (when leaning, my wife and I would hear a whining noise). At that time (about 40,000 miles on my bike), I went back to the Bridgestone tires and currently have about 12,000 miles on this set. Today, with the fathers day special, I just bought another set of Bridgestone tires since I anticipate having to replace them within a couple thousand miles. (Consistently getting about 14,000 miles per set) I saw another review by someone regarding tar road repair strips being slippery and agree that if you are riding in the Houston heat like we do from time to time (with cooling vests), those tar strips are slippery but I do not think any tire will make a difference since the tar is starting to melt at those temperatures. (I try to avoid the tar strips on the road.)
This was my second set of these tires. The tar strips that they patch road cracks with give you a little wiggle when crossing, so you try to avoid them. I came across a large patch of this tar on a hot day and the rain just went thru, these tires acted like they were on ice. My 02 GL1800 went sideways and was totaled.
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