Only saying that it included tires, inner tubes and rim strips. This also had a 15% off one tire and 20% off on second tire (special)! I just got a new rear from an online dealer for $114. EdTXCHOP said:Did they break down the quote to you with parts and labor separate?
If so let us know, but if you dont want to do yourself i would shop around for an indy. That sounds a little too steep to me
I would like to do the change myself but dont have a garage or the experience. Would also like to go tubeless but dont know if it can be done with stock spoked rims! Edberserker said:I have tubeless tires. Dealer charge $25 a tire to mount and balance. I bring them in. Buy the tire from them. Ive had two people tell other local dealers, charge $130-150 to take it off and includes tire. I don't know what the dealer I been going to charges for that though.
For me its just easier to do the work. Instead dropping bike waiting or getting ride home and back. Plus good time to polish rim.
yeah, I could probably do that but I also dont have a lot of time off. Always some thing! Edmiles to go said:Had two new Avon tires put on my shovel last year. I ordered the tires through the mail - cost approx. $200 for both, which i thought was expensive too. Took the wheels off myself and took them to the dealer for mounting - cost $30. The dealers charge a good amount of labor for removing/installing the wheels. You can save some money if you are willing to do a little work.
Do you Have to change the tubes and strips each time? I have always made sure I had the proper psi in tires so no slipping. Edmadplmber said:gonna change the tires on my 2005 flhti this week I got the tires metzler wide white wall 880s fron internet for $232 bought 2 tubes harley $36 and rubber strips harley $10 and dealer wants $150 to remove the wheels put tires on and balance them. would take wheels off my self but only get one day off a week and got lots of other stuff to do ie exhaust, shocks, oil cooler and pc111 :wacko: