Michelin Commander II


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Phunnybone
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Michelin Commander II

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Do these require an inner tube or are they tubeless?



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Found the answer over at Bike Bandit - Tubeless

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Re: Michelin Commander II

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Have these tires on my '85 LTD and like them a lot.
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Re: Michelin Commander II

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Commander II going on the front. Gonna Darkside the rear. I've got two '85 LTDs. Second one I picked up as a spare parts bike for $800. Looks like it's gonna be the first to make it back on the road.

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what ever you use make sure they are not hard and checked from weathering .



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