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I thought about a CT awhile back and did nothing about it. Now I'm looking at my back tire (Bridgestone) which was put on last August. Its not wore out but it leaving me fast, maybe a few thousand miles left. That means the tire would have given me 7 to 8 thousand miles of service. Enough is enough I want to ride without thinking I will need a new tire soon.

I have read the posts on the Michelin CT and I am leaning towards this one. Has anyone run this tire year round since I believe it is a winter tire? Or is there a better one since I do live in Georgia which isn't really too cold in the winter?

The size I am looking at is the 195-55-16.....This is correct right? Tire wanted is a Run Flat.
And if anyone is familiar with where I can have this tire mounted near Blairsville Georgia let me know.

All comments are welcome.

Mike
 

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Size is right. Run flat is good. Only difference for me is I run a Pirelli Eufori.

It's been a good tire for me so far.
 

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I just took this one off the bike... Had really good run... I ran the pressure a lot higher then usual for a more spirited handling so didn't quite get the normal miles out of it but run it at 30 pounds and depending on your riding style you should get 15-20K... Cheers.... :doorag:

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I have not run that tire, but I have run qa winter tire all summer. You will find they do great!:thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
 

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Mike, Whatever you decide to put on, Wal-Mart in Murphy will mount it. You could also see if the W/M in Blairsville will mount it. Semper-fi Mike
 

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Thanks Marine-MP I remember we talked last time I asked some questions, this time I'm going to do it.

Mike
 
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