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The wife and I are on our way to the Black Hills and had a blow out on my X, we are stranded in Blue Earth MN and in need of a rear tire for my VTX 1800-R. I have a shop that will change the tire if I can find one. If anybody has a new or used tire could you call or text me @ 763-732-3794. Thank you!

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I'd check these places out, one should have a tire for you, and they might deliver, under the circumstances, for a price.

Places for Honda motorcycle dealers near Blue Earth, MN

http://www.dougssportcenter.com/index.htm
Doug's Sports Center

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www.dougssportcenter.com - 927 East 10th Street, Fairmont - (507) 238-1212



http://maps.google.com/maps/place?p...e3b84,Blue+Earth,+MN&cid=10057194959960897765
Sports Headquarters

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maps.google.com - 101 State Highway 22 S, Mapleton - (507) 524-3222



http://www.bergdalehd.com/
Bergdale Harley-Davidson

- 3 Google reviews
www.bergdalehd.com - 905 East Plaza Street, Albert Lea - (507) 373-5236



http://www.judsoncyclesales.com/
Judson Cycle Sales

- 1 Google review
www.judsoncyclesales.com - 211 E Highway 60, Lake Crystal - (507) 726-2222



http://www.starr-cycle.com/
Starr Cycle Yamaha

- 2 Google reviews
www.starr-cycle.com - 200 Pierce Avenue, North Mankato - (507) 385-1990



http://www.northstarpowersports.com/
Northstar Power Sports

- 1 Google review
www.northstarpowersports.com - 2120 Consul St, Albert Lea - (507) 373-9000



http://www.katohd.com/
Mankato Harley-Davidson

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www.katohd.com - 1200 North River Drive, Mankato - (507) 345-6077
 

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put a car tire on. Go to Walmart and buy it and then have the dealer put it on for you.
 

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You should be careful about the DarkSide thing... Once the wife feels the softer ride... She will never let you go back to a MC tire on the back... nojoke

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Darkside it is! Now I'm trying to find a size and speed rating that will work on my bike. Anyone have a suggestion for a Walmart tire? I don't want to go to wide as I plan on putting on a hidden hitch this winter. Thanks.
 

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put a car tire on. Go to Walmart and buy it and then have the dealer put it on for you.
^ fastest possible solution.

I would think anything from 190 to 205 would do the trick. But, I hope you searched the forum for reviews, so you can make the best choice.
 
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