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Thread: Shop to mount tires

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    Senior Member pg_rider's Avatar
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    Shop to mount tires

    Hey guys, long time. Finally getting back on two wheels and the bike Iím buying needs tires. Thinking of buying them online then taking the wheels to a shop. Can anyone recommend a place that will do a good job for a reasonable charge? Thanks!
    Paul G.
    2005 R1

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    Gold Member madvlad's Avatar
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    Greenwood Village, CO

    Re: Shop to mount tires

    If you’re in Denver go to TFOG

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    Senior Member The Black Knight's Avatar
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    Re: Shop to mount tires

    5th Gear on Platte may still be doing tire changing. I'm not sure though, haven't used them in a few years now.

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