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Bridgestone Battlax BT-45, 130/70H-18 Bias Ply Rear Tire. Special Sale Price $105.94


Special Purchase Price, with the savings passed on to you, our customer.


Sale Price valid for a limited time only basis while sale quantities last.


Bridgestone Battlax BT-45 130/70H-18 Bias Ply Rear Tire






The Bridgestone BT-45 gives emphasis to riding comfort and high mileage, the Bridgestone Battlax BT-45 is a sport touring tire that delivers a smooth ride few can match, while still allowing for confidence in those high speed corners.



  • High performance and long life from dual compound tread. Bias Ply.
  • Silica compound improves grip characteristics - wet or dry
  • Dual Tread Compound (DTC) in the rear allows for longer mileage and stability from center, while edges offer grip and performance while cornering
  • Large crown radius for a large, stable contact patch
  • Innovative singular sidewall improves shock absorption and neutralizes handling
  • H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph

Rumor has it, that many GL 1800 Trikes, use this Bridgestone for the front tire fitment.

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Way to go Bulldog! :thumbup: Always there to take care of us. :a13: Tom :trike:
 

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Does that include shipping?

and oh by the way, does anyone know how long a tire will 'keep' before it's mounted and used? (in other words, can I buy a spare now at a good price but not mount it until 8 or 12 months from now?)
 

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I bought a new tire when I got home and look at it. It was 4 years old.I ran it 3 year 20000 miles then replace it.the next tire I check the date before I bought it.
 

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Does that include shipping?

and oh by the way, does anyone know how long a tire will 'keep' before it's mounted and used? (in other words, can I buy a spare now at a good price but not mount it until 8 or 12 months from now?)
Personal opinon only, based upon what is general view in the tire world. Any tire under five years old should be fine. Especially if you keep them in a cool dark storage area out of direct sunlight and hot temps.

I always have a couple tires in the bedroom closet, my wife gets so aggravated.......Lol.......then I steal her tupperware for little parts and she finds that........Chuckle.

Check the manufacture date on the tires when you get them and as long as they are not real old, they are safe.
 

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Rumor has it, that many GL 1800 Trikes, use this Bridgestone for the front tire fitment.
Lots of 2 wheelers using it also.
 
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