Mitas Tires in stock and shipping

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Motorace, May 23, 2014.

  1. Motorace

    Motorace Michelin Man

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    150/70-18 correct? We will have that and the 140/70-18 in the next box. We are waiting for an inventory and production update.
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  2. cba191

    cba191 wanna buy a monkey?

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    that's the same trip in doing next month. I ordered the 07s f/r. When are you leaving?
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  3. WVhillbilly

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    They are in the US now, should have a bigger rear in no time. :lol3
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  4. sallydog

    sallydog 80 miles a day for 41 months

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    110 80 19 front
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    mitas e07

    delivered to NC
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  6. Kyle B

    Kyle B "Dirty Jobs"

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    You better get more containers on the way!
    We will spread the word!

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  7. imxman

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    Really looking forward to trying Mitas but on this first batch most of the sizes in E07, E09 and E10 are the "Dakar" type, which is their heavier/stiffer construction. I'm hoping availability in the regular (non Dakar) versions is coming soon. Thanks.
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  8. lmychajluk

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    Do you have the E07 in 100/90-19? I don't see it on your eBay store.
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  9. Mikef5000

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    Anyone have an opinion or link comparing the Sava MC60 to the E-09 and/or E-10's? Never heard of the MC60 before this thread. I'll be running an E-07 on the rear with it, just looking for a bit more aggressive front, that will still last the (hopefully) 8000-10,000 miles.
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  10. Motorace

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    We will stock every size and build of the E-07. This is where the push seems to be. We will stock the other dual sports, too.

    As I have said before, we have to see what they have, balancing their production schedule / existing stock and our time frame.

    We are shipping about 15-20 tires a day. Thx for all the orders!:D
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  11. MATT0404

    MATT0404 Been here awhile

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    Received my rear E09 Dakar today. Talk about fast shipping! Now I just have to wrestle this thing on.

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  12. swimmer

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    Let us know how that goes. I bought one a few months ago for my Xchallenge. Wasn't even close to be able to get it on by hand. Took it to a shop to mount with their machine and they thought it was hard. Besides the good reviews I bought the E-09 Dakar as it is a tubeless tire and I have converted my rear wheel to tubeless. I believe it is the dirtiest tubeless tire available of the few tubeless 18" tires I could find.
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  13. sallydog

    sallydog 80 miles a day for 41 months

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    have you tried terraflex? truely the baddest dot knobbie

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  14. swimmer

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  15. Dustodust

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    worse Most worthless tire on the planet
    it would be lethal suicide to ride on a big bike at high speed with one of those basketballs

    lookig forward to arrival of the 18" E07's
    my only viable option right now is Mefo super explorer and Heidenau scout
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  16. lmychajluk

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    Was thinking about this over the weekend - Is the diameter of the Mitas E07s the same as any other tire of the same size? In other words, should I have any concern about the tire fitting under the front fender or rear hugger?
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  17. sallydog

    sallydog 80 miles a day for 41 months

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    should be the same. thats why they have the measurements. :deal
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  18. lmychajluk

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    Thanks. Wasn't sure if the knobs added anything to the diameter. (I know, dumb question...)
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  19. cba191

    cba191 wanna buy a monkey?

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    Do all the e-07 tires have the yellow stripe, or just the Dakar? I ordered the regulars, and mine both have the stripe.
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  20. rockinrog

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    I believe the yellow stripe indicates Dakar.
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