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Hard time find the right size tire for 1987 honda hurricane

Hey guys I am having a hard time finding front and rear tires for my 1987 honda hurricane. The front is 110/80-17 and the rear is 130/80-17, anyone know of a good place to buy those size tires please let me know.

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  • thaichef1 Apr 15, 2009

    I would have to order them from the internet due to my location.

  • thaichef1 Apr 16, 2009

    Yeah I just looked a little harder and ordered some IRC tires. This is my first bike ever and I've never tried this brand before but I've read some pretty good reviews. I was having a hard time finding my size in the more well known brands thats all.
    Thanks for helping me out though Cape Cod Bob.

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    Lee May 11, 2010

    that depends on what country you are in, i just googled your tire size and got tons of sites. it also depends on your manufacture preferance

  • Dick
    Dick May 11, 2010

    What is your location and are you ordering them on the internet or going down to the corner store to pick them up?



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Try dennis kirk or tire rack .com

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