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European Motorcycle Accessories (www.ema-usa.com). Seems like a good place to buy tires and have 'em mounted, especially since they are so close to my home, and I feel a lot more comfortable having them mount my tires instead of Cycle Gear. BTW, they charge only $15/wheel if you bring them your wheels off the bike.

I plan to go there for my next set of tires.
 

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detour said:
European Motorcycle Accessories (www.ema-usa.com). Seems like a good place to buy tires and have 'em mounted, especially since they are so close to my home, and I feel a lot more comfortable having them mount my tires instead of Cycle Gear. BTW, they charge only $15/wheel if you bring them your wheels off the bike.

I plan to go there for my next set of tires.
The site didn't open for me. I'll keep trying. Thats great, I'll look into that when I need tires.
 

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Try this out - http://www.ema-usa.com/

My browser (Opera) pointed out that he had an illegal character in his web address - the close parenthesis was part of the link! Since I no longer can simply edit his post, I had to add one to correct it. BTW....just typing in www.ema-usa.com also works, the above was a copy and paste from the website.

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Try this URL instead

detour said:
European Motorcycle Accessories (www.ema-usa.com. Seems like a good place to buy tires and have 'em mounted, especially since they are so close to my home, and I feel a lot more comfortable having them mount my tires instead of Cycle Gear. BTW, they charge only $15/wheel if you bring them your wheels off the bike.

I plan to go there for my next set of tires.
My browser picks up the right paren when I click on the URL in my original post. I fixed it above.
 
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