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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-20-2016, 10:10 PM Thread Starter
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IMG_2208.JPG This Michelin lasted 20,468 miles on a RG Ultra. Probably could have got another 700 to 1000 out of it. I just wanted to share how impressed I am with the handling and longevity of this tire. Highly recommend if your looking for a tire.
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I just put my first Michelin CII on rear a thousand miles or so ago, real happy with it. Glad to hear the mileage you got from it.


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How does the front look? I'm curious because I had a set on my 2012 Fatboy Lo and the front seemed to wear a lot faster than the rear.
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I put a Streetglide wheel on the front that had a Dunlop on it already about 14,000 miles ago and it has about 20% life left. I plan on replacing it with the commander unless I get some bad reviews.
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I replaced my rear commander II at 24K and got 30K out of the front. I love the way these tires wear. I feel they have plenty of grip rain or shine.


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