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dvdschyff
Posted 8/22/2017 3:54 AM (#94776)
Subject: Heidenau Tyres


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Anyone got experience with these especially the K28 which has a load index of 70P?
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jaydmc
Posted 8/22/2017 10:41 AM (#94782 - in reply to #94776)
Subject: Re: Heidenau Tyres


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I purchased a set for my wife's Moto Guzzi, we do not have any experience with them yet but they do look good and are a bit more modern designed then the Metzler Block K we had.
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dvdschyff
Posted 10/9/2017 5:30 AM (#95318 - in reply to #94782)
Subject: Re: Heidenau Tyres


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Thank you Jay. What sizes did you buy - assuming you have standard Moto Guzzi wheels.I also have a Moto Guzzi - the 850 Le Mans and I've already bought the K28 4.00 X 18 for the rear but I'm not sure about the front. David van der Schyff
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jaydmc
Posted 10/9/2017 11:07 AM (#95325 - in reply to #94776)
Subject: Re: Heidenau Tyres


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In the flat profile for sidecars, you get the only 18 inch size they have.
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85shadow
Posted 10/9/2017 10:18 PM (#95334 - in reply to #94776)
Subject: Re: Heidenau Tyres



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I have the K29 in a 16". So far no problems.
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dvdschyff
Posted 10/10/2017 2:34 AM (#95338 - in reply to #95334)
Subject: Re: Heidenau Tyres


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Don't they make a 3.50 x 18? David.
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dvdschyff
Posted 10/11/2017 2:08 PM (#95359 - in reply to #95338)
Subject: Re: Heidenau Tyres


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Is the K29 also a sidecar tyre?
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85shadow
Posted 10/15/2017 8:56 PM (#95392 - in reply to #94776)
Subject: Re: Heidenau Tyres



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Not a true flat profile but very close



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dvdschyff
Posted 10/19/2017 12:24 PM (#95430 - in reply to #94776)
Subject: Re: Heidenau Tyres


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Thank you 85shadow it looks very much like the K28.
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