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Old 03-28-2014, 01:16 PM   #1
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Santiago Chile - Where To Buy Tires for KLR?

I need new tires for my KLR in Santiago Chile. The Kawasaki dealer sells new bikes and parts but no tires or tire installation. I would like another pair of Mitas E-07 if possible.
Can anyone suggest where to try?
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Old 03-28-2014, 02:29 PM   #2
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The place you want to contact is www.sanjorgeonline.com

Here is the contact us page

http://www.sanjorgeonline.com/ps2/contact-form.php

or Motoadventura, Motouring, lorca (Pirelli importer).

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Old 03-29-2014, 01:26 PM   #3
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Thanks for the info.
I got my new Metzeler tires installed today.
I bought them at the Metzeler dealer.
Casa Matriz
Av. Presidente Kennedy 7930
Vitacura Santiago
(Around a 10 minute ride from downtown Santiago)
They would have installed them except it was too late in the day so I went a block and a half further down the street to a motorcycle tire repair place who installed and balanced them.
Tires cost 129800 pesos. (Around 230 dollars) for both
Tire installation was 20000 pesos (around 40 dollars for both)
I tried MotoAdventure but they specialize in BMWs and did not have KLR rear size. They moved about 6 months ago. Same street just a few blocks away. Hard to see the sign from the busy street.
I also tried Motouring Chile Ltda at Los Juncos 388. This place looked great and could have sold and installed the tires for me except it was Saturday. They are in a residential neighbourhood and don't do tires on Saturday because of the noise. They do all kinds of repairs here. They look like a great shop.
There is also a Kawasaki dealer with a big Kawasaki sign on Av. Presidente just before Metzeler that looked good. Better than the one in downtown Santiago.
All these places are in the same general area maybe 5 minutes ride apart.
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