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Firestone Deluxe Champion Motorcycle Tires

Firestone Deluxe Champion Motorcycle Tires | Firestone Champion Deluxe

Like many of the tires we offer, Firestone Deluxe Champion Motorcycle tires serve two purposes. It's an authentic tire for American motorcycle restorations from the 1930s and '40s, and it also appeals to custom motorcycle builders seeking the vintage look. The deep tread and smooth sidewall with raised black Firestone lettering is perfect for many styles of motorcycles, from stock Harley Davidsons to modified Honda, BSA, Triumph and many more! Restored classics, choppers, bobbers, cafe racers and much more. This tire covers it all and is available in seven sizes to fit 16-, 18- and 19-inch wheels. Sometimes called Firestone Champion Deluxe in other parts of the world, these tires are becoming insanely popular with custom bike builders everywhere.

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Hi, I want to replace my front 100/90-19 and my rear 130/90-16 tires in my Sportster 1200. Which sizes should I use? Thanks!
By Javier Manrique on April 27, 2016

The 100/90-19 size is equivalent to the 325-19 size in vintage motorcycle tires, while the 130/90-16 size is equivalent to 500-16.

Coker Tire Support on April 28, 2016
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I have my 2015 triumph bonneville T100 black. Front wheel 19X 2.5 inches, front tire 100/90-19;rear wheel 17x3.5 inches, rear tire 130/80 R17. Which size should I pick from?
By Oscar F on April 06, 2016

The front size converts to a 325-19 or 350-19 size, while the rear converts to 500-17. While a 325-19 size is available, there is no 500-17 available in vintage motorcycle tires.

Coker Tire Support on April 08, 2016
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Hi, do the tires have written measures also in mm?
By Filippo on March 29, 2016

These Firestone vintage motorcycle tires are sized in inches and therefore do not have markings listed in millimeters.

Coker Tire Support on March 30, 2016
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