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Whats the best handling front tire for my 04 vl1500lc

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This depends on a few factors, your riding style, and your environment. I have heard good things about the Sport Demon tires and the Metzeler 880 tires for grip. Find a forum for that specific bike you ride and join it as most if not all of these are free. Introduce yourself and then use the search built into the forum looking for tires. There is most likely a thread already discussing this and should be enough information for you to take an educated guess on what tire to run.

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Go to the Honda shop and get the stock tire the factory put on the bike when it was new. You can't go wrong with OEM parts.

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