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    Default Whitewall Tire Size 100/90-19 (Front )????

    Does anybody know where I can find a front whitewall tire, size 100/90-19 for my 81 Yamaha XJ650 bobber project bike? I've searched on the internet for the last 2 days and I cant find anyone who makes or sells that size in a whitewall in the US.

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    Maxxis sells one...

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    http://www.retrocycle.com/catalogpag...vtwin_id=51448

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    Quote Originally Posted by MulishaJoe View Post
    Maxxis sells one...
    They discontinued them.
    Avon is one of the only ones that makes a WW now in that size

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    Those Avon Venoms are nive tires. Got 'em on mine and love them.

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    I dont even think avon makes them anymore? I looked for a ww 19 and couldnt find any at all, so i just bought a 2 under springer with a 21 inch wheel just so i can have my white walls lol..

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    Thanks. rusjack's link to retrocycle has them.

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    Hey I saw our shop mentioned in this thread.

    We had those "DA" tires, factory seconds basically, really cheap but we can't get them all the time. We can get that 100/90-19 now for $185 with $5 shipping. Drop a line if you are interested.

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