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As some of you guys know I have a shop in Morton Grove. I am starting to get a lot of requests for tire prices and trying to compile a price list of the most popular tires. If you would like a price on a tire that you like please post in this thread the make model and size, front and rear and I will reply with our price. This will help me create a list and for you to get some sort of reasonable baseline price. Only note is that prices do modulate so please confirm all prices if you choose to order at a later time.

These are available for pick up or installation and we are located at 5620 Dempster St, Morton Grove, IL. Install and balance is $20(off bike) $40(on bike) if you purchase the tire from us or $30/50 if you don't. Those prices are per wheel.

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AV55/AV56 STORM ST
av55 120/70 r17 #0301-0075 $121.76
av56 180/55 r17 #0302-0123 $160.72
av56 190/50 r17 #0302-0124 $167.89

Bridgestone

BT014
120/65 r17 #0303-0031 $98.41
180/55 r17 #0304-0031 $128.35

BT016
120/60 r17 #0301-0120 $97.35
120/70 r17 #0301-0121 $98.61
160/60 r17 #0302-0205 $117.25
180/55 r17 #0302-0207 $128.67
190/55 r17 #0302-0209 $135.14

BT021
120/60ZR17 #0301-0085 $88.41
160/60ZR17 #0302-0146 $105.90

Dunlop

Roadsmart
120/70zr-17 #0301-0114 $113.86
170/60zr-17 #0302-0197 $136.76
180/55zr-17 #0302-0198 $142.37
190/50zr-17 #0302-0199 $145.50

Qualifier
120/70zr-17 #0301-0063 - $115.40
180/55zr-17 #0302-0106 - $145.50
190/50zr-17 #0302-0107 - $168.05

Metzler

Roadtec Z6
120/70zr-17 #0301-0011 - $108.08
190/50zr-17 #0302-0013 - $169.82

Michelin

Pilot Road 2ct
120/70 r17 #0301-0101 - $136.99
160/60 r17 #0302-0180 - $164.41
180/55 r17 #0302-0176 - $172.88
190/50 r17 #0302-0177 - $186.84

Pilot Powers 2ct

120/70 r17 #0301-0081 - $136.37
190/50 r17 #0302-0138 - $200.15
190/55 r17 #0302-0139 - $207.85

Pilot Power
120/60 r17 #0301-0022 - $119.40
160/60 r17 #0302-0031 - $146.96
180/55 r17 #0302-0032 - $155.01
190/50 r17 #0302-0033 - $179.80
Pirelli

Diablo Corsa 3
120/70 r17 #0301-0072 - $131.81
180/55 r17 #0302-0116 - $165.01
190/50 r17 #0302-0117 - $193.01
190/55 r17 #0302-0134 - $202.70

Diablo Supercorsa
120 70 17 SC1 #0301-0079 - $228.68
190 55 17 SC2 #0302-0132 - $297.23

Diablo Strada
120/70 r17 #0301-0037 - $109.99
180/55 r17 #0302-0063 - $127.81
190/50 r17 #0302-0100 - $153.54

Diablo Rosso
120/70-17 #0301-0110 - $115.36
180/55-17 #0302-0189 - $149.02

Scorpion Sync
120/70 r17 #1448000 $116.43
180/55 r17 #1447900 $144.04

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ive seen this place before...a bunch of scooters and stuff there. right??
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Do you guys scratch the wheels during install? Just got a set of Marvics and I don't want them harmed until I crash with them
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Do you guys scratch the wheels during install? Just got a set of Marvics and I don't want them harmed until I crash with them
I would hope not

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ive seen this place before...a bunch of scooters and stuff there. right??
Yeh last year we sold a ton of scooters. 2/3 of the place is sales and 1/3 is service.

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Do you guys scratch the wheels during install? Just got a set of Marvics and I don't want them harmed until I crash with them
Psychologically it might be easier to crash with them if we pre-scratch them for you! We can pre scratch for an extra $10 lets say. We don't scratch. We got a new tire machine last year and it has a plastic arm. Nothing metal ever touches your rim. Very rarely we might have to use a metal arm. 1 out of 100 times. And that has plastic guides as well but it is not idiot proof like the plastic arm is.



This is basically the mount demount arm that we use. The rim is held in place with 4 brackets. The brackets are metal but have plastic covers on them

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Updated with prices. Also on Dunlops we have even better prices and these prices include a little price hike (thanks parts unlimited) as of Jan of this year.

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can you get a price for
avon storms

av 56 rear 190 50 17 1 ea
av 55 front 120 70 17 2 sets

av 56 rear 180 55 17 1 ea

for a yamaha GTS 1000 and a tl1000r

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av 56 rear 190 50 17 1 ea
av 55 front 120 70 17 2 sets

av 56 rear 180 55 17 1 ea

for a yamaha GTS 1000 and a tl1000r

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updated. Here you go:

av55 120/70 r17 #0301-0075 $107.76
av56 180/55 r17 #0302-0123 $142.72
av56 190/50 r17 #0302-0124 $148.89

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Bridgestone BT016 and Pirelli Diablo Rosso

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I don't want to sound cheep but what about cheep (safe )tires for the older bikes I service .

Most bikes need 100/90-19 130/80-18 120 mph tires .

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120/70-17
180/55-17

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BT016
120/70 r17 #0301-0121 $92.61
180/55 r17 #03020207 $120.67

Diablo Rosso
120/70-17 #0301-0110 - $112.36
180/55-17 #0302-0189 - $145.02

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I don't want to sound cheep but what about cheep (safe )tires for the older bikes I service .

Most bikes need 100/90-19 130/80-18 120 mph tires .
No problem at all. Are these tubeless tires? Also would you prefer a major name brand or is a more generic name ok? All these would be from Parts Unlimited DOT legal. If you want check out http://street.parts-unlimited.com/26 and give me some part numbers and I will get back to you with prices. Or just let me know tubeless or not and I will give you some ideas.

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IRC, KENDA,some old school Dunlops and Bridgestone I try to convince them to stay era correct in tread patern and byis ply

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IRC, KENDA,some old school Dunlops and Bridgestone I try to convince them to stay era correct in tread patern and byis ply
Ok here are some tires I found.

Dunlop 404 100/90-19 FRONT #0305-0004 $62

I think the oldschool bridgestone is the BR 737 and 738

BR-737 100/90H-19 $48
BR-738 130/80H-18 $52

Kenda 657
K6572 SIZE: 100/90H-19 $39.70
K6576 SIZE: 130/90H-18 $59.93 Note that it's a 90 not a 80

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Is that my price OTD?

Those are great. Rite in line with the best prices I've found

When the season gets rolling I'll give you the first call.

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Is that my price OTD?

Those are great. Rite in line with the best prices I've found

When the season gets rolling I'll give you the first call.
Thanks, we do a good volume and have a great discount. Give us a call when you a ready. No games, that's the price. It might fluctuate up or down a little but not much. Usually a few bucks and everyone else would adjust accordingly as well.

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I'd be interested in the Michelin Pilot Road 2CT 120/70ZR17, 180/55ZR17

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I would like some prices on...

Dunlop Roadsmart
120/70
170/60
180/55

Dunlop Qualifier
120/70
180/55

Do you balance the wheels after you install the tires?
Can you balance Honda single sided rear wheels? (4 bolt)
Any additional discounts if I buy 3-4 sets of tires and have them mounted at the same time?

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I'd be interested in the Michelin Pilot Road 2CT 120/70ZR17, 180/55ZR17
Here you go:

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120/70 r17 #0301-0101 - $130.99
180/55 r17 #0302-0176 - $165.27

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I would like some prices on...

Dunlop Roadsmart
120/70
170/60
180/55

Dunlop Qualifier
120/70
180/55

Do you balance the wheels after you install the tires?
Can you balance Honda single sided rear wheels? (4 bolt)
Any additional discounts if I buy 3-4 sets of tires and have them mounted at the same time?
We do balance after we mount and we just got a new adapter for 4 bolt wheels. Right now those are my best prices. If I can offer a better deal I will post up.

Here are the tires you asked about:
Roadsmart
120/70 r17 #0301-0114 $109.86
170/60 r17 #0302-0197 $132.76
180/55 r17 #0302-0198 $138.37

Qualifier
120/70 r17 #0301-0063 $112.10
180/55 r17 #0302-0106 $141.27

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can you guys also get race tires (Bridgestone GP250 Slicks)? Or are we talking about just DOT tires? Looking for the 120/600-17 YCX and 165/630-17 YCY specifically.
These tires are hard to come by and I have found only 2 places online in the US that I can buy them from.
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can you guys also get race tires (Bridgestone GP250 Slicks)? Or are we talking about just DOT tires? Looking for the 120/600-17 YCX and 165/630-17 YCY specifically.
These tires are hard to come by and I have found only 2 places online in the US that I can buy them from.
Let me check who we can get race tires from. This might take me a few days. I will follow up with you.

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QUALIFIER 120/70ZR17 FRT
QUALIFIER 190/50ZR17 REAR

otd price right? or + tax and stuff

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Very good prices. You might want to add a 190/55/17 2CT for the liter bikes.

Also pricing for the popular Pirelli Diablo Corsa 3.
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