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Old 03-04-2018, 05:25 PM   #41
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I checked out Wheels in Motion and it'll be $240 for a set of S21's or about $280 installed.
I've been looking at the S21's or the Conti Sport Attack 3's because of their limit feedback. Any opinions on those tires?
Also, any recommendations for where I might be able to get better prices?
I usually buy from ridersdomain.com (formerly jakewilson.com and sister company to Rocky Mountain ATV), however I mount my own tires so I also save on labor. I found their prices to be the more consistently lower than other shops, local and online. I usually get them in about 2 day’s too, so the time from purchase to install is pretty quick.

Getting tires bought elsewhere though, usually means paying a higher install fee, if they even decide to mount them.
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Old 03-04-2018, 06:05 PM   #42
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I’m about 5000 miles into my S21’s and did one track day. They are holding up nicely and I think I can get another track day out of them. I’ll be buying another set when they wear out.
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Price matching is always a plus.
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Cycle Rider has always been good to me for cheap prices on mounting tires, however I remove the wheels and bring them in.

I also make sure to buy something from them while I'm there.
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Old 03-09-2018, 03:00 PM   #45
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Thanks, guys. Just put in an order for a set of S21's and had them pricematch another website. $211 for the set and then I'll run the rebate and save more money.
Can't wait to take off those stock tires.
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