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I know we all want to get the maximum number of miles on a tire as safety permits. At what point do you finally decide to change the tire? I have a little over 8800 miles on my Metzler rear right now. The center is getting pretty flat but I don't see any wear bars at this point.

I have the new tire, should I just go ahead and change it or get some more miles out of the current tire. I want to be safe, is it safe to ride until you see the wear bars??

I hear some people get over 12,000 miles out of a rear tire.

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Have you ridden it in the rain lately? If so, did the bike seem squirrelly ? If so probably time to change.

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Have you ridden it in the rain lately? If so, did the bike seem squirrelly ? If so probably time to change.

Also I see you did the ss1000 and BB1500, I just did it this past weekend. How long did it take to get your certificate? Thanks!

I've ridden in the rain and it seemed ok.

It seems like it took several months to get the certificate.

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Your call but I have never seen the wear bars on any rear I have changed out. I have let them get close but I always seem to have a trip coming that will bust them so I change it.

The owners manual states minimum recommended depth of tread as Front 2mm (0.08") and Rear 3mm (0.12"). My average mileage on the last 10 tires was 7,348. The highest was the first one at 9,100 and the lowest was the last one 5,927 and that was all trailer pulling miles.

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I can tell you with absolute authority that if you reach the wear bars on a Metzler you have less than 250 before the cord shows through. BTDT. Wont go there again.

It was nice to see John Z's post about the mileage he gets from his tires. Just about spot on to what I get.

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I ran this one way pass the wear bar, which I don't see on my new tire. I noticed it felt odd in turns. Yea think, duh! New one is on the rim, ABS flush and new pads will make it ready to ride this weekend to Cleveland BMW open house.
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...the wear bar, which I don't see on my new tire.
Look in the "chicken strip" area of the tire for "TWI" and an arrow. This points to the wear indicator locations.

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I can tell you with absolute authority that if you reach the wear bars on a Metzler you have less than 250 before the cord shows through. BTDT. Wont go there again.

It was nice to see John Z's post about the mileage he gets from his tires. Just about spot on to what I get.

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x2 on that! Once mine hit the wear bars I went 300 miles and saw cords! There is literally no rubber between the bottom of the rain grooves and the cords! BTW I got 11K on mine but should have replaced them at 10500K (hindsight is 20/20) Seriously when they hit the tops of the wear bars, get new tires.

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Re: Rear tire replacement

Thanks guys for the info and the input. I had the new rear tire put on today. I got 8911 miles on the Metzeler.

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Thanks guys for the info and the input. I had the new rear tire put on today. I got 8911 miles on the Metzeler.
i avg. 18,000 miles on my rear metzlers,,,,21000 on the front
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i avg. 18,000 miles on my rear metzlers,,,,21000 on the front

How is this possible??? My mileage seems comparable with several other posts on this thread. What do I need to do different??

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How is this possible??? My mileage seems comparable with several other posts on this thread. What do I need to do different??
+1.

My average for tires, over 120k miles, is 9,625 miles for the rear and 14,447 for the front.

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+1.

My average for tires, over 120k miles, is 9,625 miles for the rear and 14,447 for the front.
Would that be because you spend a lot more time on the sidewalls and not so much on the middle of the tread?

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Would that be because you spend a lot more time on the sidewalls and not so much on the middle of the tread?
I wish. I've never been known to be even a relatively-agressive rider.

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Then someone is replacing your tires without you knowing it at 9k and 10k.
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i avg. 18,000 miles on my rear metzlers,,,,21000 on the front

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I did 18,000 once both front and rear and still had thread left. I did dump the bike once in the rain so now I change them at 12,000 or if starting a long trip. Nothing like getting new tires though. It feels like a new bike.

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i avg. 18,000 miles on my rear metzlers,,,,21000 on the front
Do you dip them in liquid nitrogen or some other magic potion before use to rearrange the molecular lattices?

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Do you dip them in liquid nitrogen or some other magic potion before use to rearrange the molecular lattices?
Not at all. Good shocks and proper balance can add many miles life to the tires. Also some say the older metz had a harder compound and lasted longer. Of course how you ride has a big effect too.

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Hard acceleration will eat up a rear tire and aggressive braking will do the same to a front.

I like the forward G's . First gear to red line then shift to 5th as you are at 60 already.

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42 lb air in the front 48 lb in the rear...dana beads
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What kind of milage are the guys getting on the GTL rear?

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I must ride more than I think... time for a new rear already... seems like I "just" put a new set on...

I do have a poor concept of elapsed time though
I know I've put about 5k on 'em this year already.

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My Battleax in back is getting really scalloped on the sides, I expect it'll be changed before spring. Not sure if I'll go Battleax again or patch the ME880 like the front's got. The Forum seems pretty split on it.

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Over 9200 miles and it is still looking good.

I have really watched the air pressure much closer than last time. I'm not sure how these tires lose air pressure but they sure do. I've kept them up there at 48 and 42.

I also have toned down the acceleration out of the corners and taking off from a start like John Z pointed out above.

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I think you guys with low tire mileage are not using the proper tire oil. <G>

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I think you guys with low tire mileage are not using the proper tire oil. <G>

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I put 12k on my ME880's
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The most I've ever seen out of a rear ME880 is 8600 miles. The one that I have on now has 6900 miles and from the looks of it, maybe 500 or so until its done.

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Wow. I have about 5800 on mine now and if I get another 1000 I'll be surprised. Almost all that riding was 2-up with full load.

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Hard acceleration will eat up a rear tire and aggressive braking will do the same to a front.
Which is a large part of why I ride a bike. My wife says when I drive a car I drive like a little old man when on the bike it's a different story.

The first set of tires on my RT lasted just over 12,000 km which is just over 7,000 miles. This is close to what I experienced with my Honda ST1100. I don't think I would enjoy riding a bike in a way that would maximize tire life and fuel economy.

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AVON Storm 2 Ultra. I might get 9000 out of the rear.
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I get around 10K out of a rear and most times a little more out of a front. Sometimes the front doesn't run as long. Not sure why. Some just seem to run longer. I'm trying an Avon on the rear next. I have one one the front now. The rear tire is wearing in an odd way. The right side seems to be wearing evenly and smoothly but the left side is cupping but not nearly as much tread is wearing off. It's like a rubboard on the left and sounds like it in a left turn. The right side is smooth in a turn. First time I've seen this. I think it's just the tire.......

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I ran this one way pass the wear bar, which I don't see on my new tire. I noticed it felt odd in turns. Yea think, duh! New one is on the rim, ABS flush and new pads will make it ready to ride this weekend to Cleveland BMW open house.

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