Robert in AZ
Just bought rear number four for my KLR... I've put nearly 50,000 miles on my 2011 since bought new in Nov. 11. After the oem needed replacement, I used the 705. Inexpensive, long lasting, and they just work. Not too spiffy in mud or wet grass, but they've brought me out of the mountains during a downpour, they've taken me through deep sand and across a river bottom, and continue to take me 110 miles a day to work and back. I have yet to get less than 10,000 miles on a rear... even went 30,000 on a front before replacing it. For the price... a fine tire... just stay out of the mud and off of the grass!Read All Reviews
MATT in UT
Bought this last week to bleed the brakes on a motorcycle. After reading a few other reviews I made sure I had solid connections on the lid and the hoses and this worked great! Makes bleeding the brakes a whole lot easier than the opening and closing the screw and pumping up the brake! I would recommend it and say that it is worth the money!Read All Reviews
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