List of GS tires (almost) complete

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by pavement pounder, Oct 15, 2009.

  1. Oldmessage

    Oldmessage Tour Guide

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    The link to Heidenau is :
    http://www.reifenwerk-heidenau.de/
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  2. hasenwerk

    hasenwerk Long timer

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  3. SoCalJeff

    SoCalJeff In the wind

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    Outstanding resource for tires.
    I've been trying to gather tire info for my 09 GSA lately. This is going to save me a lot of time. Thank you!!:thumb
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  4. AKtracks

    AKtracks Kilted Fükengrüver

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  5. PRW

    PRW living @ 11.5740741uHz Supporter

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    Nice list - thanks. Some new aggressive knobby/dual-sports that I've never heard of. Very interesting... :thumb
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  6. Wallowa

    Wallowa Diver Down

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    I appreciate the list and GB list for the big GSs..that is my question: Have you identified the tires that are for the BIG GSs? The weight rating really limits what tires I can use on my '07 GSA, that and full size to match OEM and tubless...any way to pull these tires out of the listings?

    Thanks...Phil

    [I am still on TKCs...I am in the minority..but I am only interested in 100% off road tires..thanks again...]
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  7. tngser

    tngser n00b

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    Anybody Tried These On 1100gs If So How Did They Work And What Kind Of Miliage
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  8. pavement pounder

    pavement pounder The road to Paradise is "UN-Paved"

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    most of the tires displayed will be adequate for the weight of the GS since this is their primary use (big dual sports), other tires listed may not have the desired weight rating for traveling (loaded with gear 2-up) but will be adequate for a solo dirt rider. please refer to the respective websites for weight ratings.

    As for Heidenaus, they have been very highly rated by many, lots of info on this forum about them. Availability has been the issue this year.
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  9. gegster

    gegster Adventurer Supporter

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    Yep, I had a set and got over 15,000km out of the rear. Although I commute 200km a day on the highway. But I also do weekends offroad, thats why I went with the heidies, heard lots of people get good milage out of them.

    I wanted another set, but the reas are unavailable in Aus at the moment.
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  10. AndyCap

    AndyCap Mineral Oil Anyone?

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    Not a big deal, but you could put Anakee II. You have Anakee already.

    Thanks for doing the leg work on this.
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  11. eakins

    eakins Butler Maps

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    rode w/ a guy last week on a gsa who has them f&r . work great 50/50.
    mileage (from the k60 thread) has been stellar. 150-17" is not available (for now). another guy had k60 front w/ shinko 705 radial rear. he liked that combo because the 705 is 1/2 price of the k60. he used 1 k60 fr to 2 705 rears.
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