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Pilot Road 2 group buy

i talked to my dealer and they said they would be interested in doing a group buy, what are the prices that ppl are finding out there on pilot road 2 tires?



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These guys prices are usually fair. It's got to be cheaper than them with shipping to be worth a group buy.

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hmmm. I'm interested. My problem would be finding somewhere to store them until I need them.

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so $300+ shipping a set is fair price?



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Pilot Road 2's are what I want.

I don't need tires right away, but if the price is right, I'll bite.

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275 plus shipping?



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275 plus shipping?
not worth it if you can get it from STT for 285 shipped max

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be mid Jan. before I will be able to buy tires.
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i am going to have to watch this thread, looks like decent tires for my riding
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How about we get a group buy on some real tires? Like PP's, PP2CT's, or diablo corsa III's?
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I would love some PP2CT's
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the 2ct's are great tires, but they last for one trip to the gap, then they are shot



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How about we get a group buy on some real tires? Like PP's, PP2CT's, or diablo corsa III's?
Not everyone lives at a track or the gap.

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How about we get a group buy on some real tires? Like PP's, PP2CT's, or diablo corsa III's?
Why?? You apparently cant stay upright on them.
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So CEO you are wearing out your edges before the middles? I wasn't aware that MA was mostly twisties? Do you understand what a Pilot Road 2CT is? Its soft as PP's on the edges, harder compound in the middle.

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So CEO you are wearing out your edges before the middles? I wasn't aware that MA was mostly twisties? Do you understand what a Pilot Road 2CT is? Its soft as PP's on the edges, harder compound in the middle.
Hey Pickle, you got a tire changing machine?
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Why?? You apparently cant stay upright on them.
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So CEO you are wearing out your edges before the middles? I wasn't aware that MA was mostly twisties? Do you understand what a Pilot Road 2CT is? Its soft as PP's on the edges, harder compound in the middle.

Whoa whoa whoa, relax and change your tampons, fellas. No need to jump down my throat.

I just wanted to see if we could get a second group buy together for a different tire. Sheesh.

I will ride TDs and twisties for 95% of my riding, don't want the roads.
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No, I take my tires to school and change them.

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Whoa whoa whoa, relax and change your tampons, fellas. No need to jump down my throat.

I just wanted to see if we could get a second group buy together for a different tire. Sheesh.

I will ride TDs and twisties for 95% of my riding, don't want the roads.
I'm just breaking your balls a bit.
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