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Will an AVON 150 fit the rear of my 2000 Road King ?

I want to replace my rear tire without modification. What is the biggest tire I can use? What is the difference between Metz and AVON?

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The name and the price I myself prefer avon over any other a 150 is pretty wide measure the tire you have now and see how wide it is the 150 should work

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