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Offline Daboo

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Tire Rebates
« on: August 14, 2019, 01:55:53 pm »
It seems like tire manufacturers offer rebates only during certain times of the year.  In the Spring, it seemed like there were quite a few...and some tire brands weren't taking part.  Now Metzeler and Pirelli are offering rebates.  So the situation is constantly changing.

Prices below are for my F800GT, not a Connie.  But they should give you an idea of what you'll be paying for your bikes.  And it includes the rebates in effect now.



I am not seeing these rebates advertised all over.  The Dunlop and Bridgestone, yes.  But the Pirelli and Metzeler, no.  The Metzeler rebate is only good from August 1 to September 3, 2019.  So if you think you want tires in a month or so...it is worth buying them and storing them in your garage.

The Metzeler rebate location is:  http://www.rapid-rebates.com/metzelermoto

I'm going to try the Metzeler Roadtec 01 again.  Maybe I changed them out prematurely when I had them on my GT earlier? The Continental Road Attack 3 and Dunlop Roadsmart 3 tires have been very good.  I have no problems recommending either the Continental or Dunlop tires.

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Re: Tire Rebates
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2019, 02:11:03 pm »
Thanks for compiling this info Daboo. I picked up a set of Conti RA3 with a $60 rebate that ended in June.
The word we heard is that the Michelin PR4GT prices will be reduced when the PR5GT launches.

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