Indian Factory Tires

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Just curious how many miles are you guys getting on your factory tires?

Curt 7 years 42 Answers 4447 views 0

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    18,000

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    25000 KM on rear tire

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    26000miles on front, 18000 on rear.

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    16 on rear over 20 on front but I lay down some rear rubber often!

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    Just changed out my E3’s for E4’s. Got 18.5 K miles and probably could have gotten more. Very happy with that.

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    Its not about the miles , too many riders don’t consider grip , standard tyres on new Indians & Harleys are dangerous crap !

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    I have 10,000 miles ride 2up 95% of time still look good but getting a little squirrelly in the rain going to change soon too better tired not happy with stock tires.

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    7500 on the front. Over 10k and still going on te rear. Scout with kendas

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    14000

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    Not many.


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    12000

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    20k

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    E4 currently at 14000 with a decent amount of tread left. Still grips well on dry pavement. Around 10,000 it seemed to lose a lot of grip on wet pavement (rear). I got 21,000 out of original E3,on the front.

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    20k on my first one

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    Changed my Dunlop 3’s out at 18,300. Probably could have gone another 1000 miles…maybe. 2016 Chieftain.

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    I’m at 15k and just passed state inspection.

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    I changes mine at 20000 Miles

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    Don’t know how you ride out there? To get that milage but I get 4-5000 miles rear and 8000 on the front?… there’s more fun to be had than saving tyres … front brake pads 10000 miles and down to a couple of mm

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    17k rear, 28k front

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    Until the 1st set of wet corners, then I bought Michelins.

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    I ride 2 up a and have gotten 15,000 will change over the winter though . I ride hard.

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    On my scout I got 2000 on rear and 7000 on front the rear was persuaded to wear out early tho

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    13,600 miles so far on originals

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    22000 on rear. Front still good.

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    14,000- then changed.

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    I put 18 k on my stock rear Dunlop, went to a Michelin commander 2, and I’m still going on the stock front at over 20k and have a new Michelin waiting.

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    17K rear and 23K front and changed the front break pads with the tire at 23K

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    Till it’s bald

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    12500 so far and looks like I OK for awhile, but remember 5 years is it for tires

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    I have over 33,000km and still good for at least a few thousands on rear, front is good.

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    Scout got about 8k out of rear

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    18,000

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    I have around 18000kms and they are like new, but terrible in the wet

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    I have 23000 on mine still good.

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    I got just over 13500 but I hit the curvy mountain roads.

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    Never worn a set out. Just trade up every 2 years.

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    Got 16K on the rear and 19K on the front, Switched to the E4’s and like them much better.

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    I got 16,000 on the stock Dunlops

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    23500 miles in just over 2 years so far. Will probably put new tread on in spring. There may still be 2-3000 miles left.

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      It’s $300 between you and the road. I’d be spending that $300 quickly JMO ?

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      Riding season is over here in Iowa and a new set is $525

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      Tim Scho,  $300 each only buy the very best.

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