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Metzeler FeelFree OEM Replacement Scooter Tire

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Metzeler FeelFree OEM Replacement Scooter Tire. Metzeler introduces sport touring scooter tires with a tread pattern based on the successful Z6 motorcycle sport touring tire. The perfect premium tire for today’s scooters, providing even wear and performance.

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Metzeler FeelFree OEM Replacement Scooter Tire
 
5.0

(based on 5 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good cornering (4)
  • Good ride (4)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Street riding (4)

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great tire for Buell Blast

    By luckdragon

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Metzeler FeelFree OEM Replacement Scooter Tire:

    I bought this tire in 140/70/16 as an oversize rear tire for the Buell Blast. The Blast eats rear tires for breakfast as eveyone who owns on knows. I have over 1000 miles on the tire and it is wearing way better than any other tire that I have used. I WILL be re-ordering this tire (but not as often!)--BTW I also got a 110/70/16 for the front.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    What a difference a Tire Makes !

    By Scootertooter

    from Sedalia, MO

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    Pros

    • Good Cornering
    • Good Ride

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Street Riding

      Comments about Metzeler FeelFree OEM Replacement Scooter Tire:

      I just replaced the Pirelli Diablo front tire today on my Suzuki Burgman 400 so now I have Metzlers on both front and back. I rode to work and back today, so my experience is not long, but I can tell you that after going through just the first turn, my Burgman grin returned. The difference in the handling between the Metzler Feel Free and and Pirelli Diablo is night and day. The bike now tracks through turns wonderfully. It just seems so stable and precise--I realize now just how bad the handling had been with the Pirelli's. Also, even straight line tracking is now very stable.
      So Far, the back tire is wearing well after a couple thousand miles. My five star rating is based on an assumption that it will give decent wear life, however based on the improvement I've felt today, I am a happy camper. Even though these tires do not "feel free" when you pay for them, they are worth the extra cost.

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      • Casual Rider
       
      5.0

      Good upgrade!

      By Tex

      from Milwaukee, wisconsin

      Pros

      • Easy To Install
      • Good Cornering
      • Good Ride

      Cons

      • None found

      Best Uses

      • Replacement
      • Street Riding
      • Upgrade

      Comments about Metzeler FeelFree OEM Replacement Scooter Tire:

      Great tire, really improved handling over the original tires!

      • Motorsports:
      • Motorcycle Enthusiast
       
      5.0

      Best replacement tire I've tried

      By Gunner

      from Tampa, FL

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Good Cornering
      • Good Ride

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Replacement
        • Street Riding
        • Upgrade

        Comments about Metzeler FeelFree OEM Replacement Scooter Tire:

        I replaced the Pirelli Diablo tires I had on my Suzuki Burgman 650 with the Metzeler FeelFree replacement tires. The ride and handling has noticeably improved. The bike now wants to lean over in turns. Before I had to force it in on tight corners and the grip is now confidence inspiring. I had a set of Metzeler ME880 tires on my Yamaha V-Max (not known to be easy on tires) and they lasted longer than any other set I tried. I can only assume these will last at least as well. I would definitely recommend this tires for the Burgman. They are worth the money and worth a try.

        • Motorsports:
        • Casual Rider, Motorcycle Enthusiast

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        • Q:

          Would this tire work on the rear of a Honda CX500 motorcycle(weighs about 450lbs, rider weighs 260lbs), that takes a 130/90/16 ?

          I need radial tires.
          Asked on 8/31/2011 by Benson from Waxhaw, NC

          1 answer

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            A:

            Thanks for your question! this tire would not work on your machine as this tire does not meet the weight requirement that your machine is needing. You would need to contact our sales team for assistance on finding a tire for you.

            Answered on 9/1/2011 by Anonymous
        • Q:

          radial or bias ply? Why would I choose one over the other?
          Asked on 3/19/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            Thanks for your question.

            It really depends if your model recommends one over the other.
            If not here is a definition of Radial and Bias

            Bias ply tires--also known as cross-ply tires--are made of plies, which are layers of rubberized textile cords laid on opposing diagonals and anchored around the tire's bead wires. The diagonals are 30 or 45 degrees off the tire's circumferential centerline. Radial tires have reinforced steel cable belts beneath the tire's tread that run 90 degrees to the circumference centerline

            Radial tends to be a higher end tire but normaly costs a little more than a Bias tire.

            Answered on 3/20/2011 by Anonymous
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        Specifications and Options

        Brand Metzeler
        Front / Rear Front, Rear
        Tire Size 100/80-16, 110/70-16, 110/90-13, 120/70-15, 120/80-14, 130/70-13, 130/80-16, 140/70-16, 150/70-13, 150/70-14, 160/60-14, 160/60-15
        Rim Size 16, 15, 14, 13
        Shipping Restrictions Tire
        Tube / Tubeless Tubeless
        Bias / Radial Bias, Radial
        Load Index 50, 52, 56, 58, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67
        Speed Rating H, P, S
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