Continental Conti Milestone Whitewall Rear Tire

Wide White Wall

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Continental Conti Milestone Whitewall Rear Tire - Wide White Wall

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Continental Conti Milestone-Cruising/Touring Rear Whitewall Tire
  • Specifically engineered for heavy touring bikes, cruisers and Harley-Davidson's
  • Latest silica compound and carcass design technology offer exceptional mileage, wet grip and load carrying capacity
  • Compound and construction provide excellent stability on road seams and rain-grooved surfaces
  • Can also be matched with the Conti Tour
  • H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph
  • Item # 19647
  • SKU #568356
  • Mfr. Part # 02401900000
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I put 8k miles on the rear & the front still has plenty left. The PSI rating is much more than Dunlops so that's where some may not realize it & have a problem with performance & tread life. Rear is rated at 49PSI & front at 42PSI much more than Dunlop & Harley manual suggest.

Dave - September 02, 2011

(Howard Beach, NY)

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conti milestone

I'm on my second Conti Milestone and I'm very pleased with the performance of this tire on dry and wet roads. I'm not sure I got as good of mileage as other brands but I may have ran it at a lower tire pressure than is recommended and that would account for more wear and less mileage. I think for the price it is a very good deal.

ron - June 25, 2014

(red lion, PA)

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These have a higher PSI rating than the Dunlops (49 max rear & 42 front) & that's where people may have the problems. The Harley manual tells you to inflate the Dunlops at 36 or 40 PSI in the rear (depending on passenger) & 36 PSI in the front. That makes all the difference in ride & wear etc. These are actually great tires. I personally keep the PSI at 45 & 40 not to feel so stiff. I hope that helps to answer some questions.

David T. - September 02, 2011

(Howard Beach, NY)

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A little noisy

Haven't had them long but they seem to stick well in the corners. One thing they do very well is eliminate the freeway rain groove tracking. I don't even know the grooves are there anymore. Haven't tried them in the rain yet. My only complaint is that they are a bit noisy compared to the Dunlops I took off. I'll be trying the Metzelers next. They seem to have the same criss cross pattern tread as the Conti's and I hope they're quieter.

Steve - March 22, 2010

(Huntington Beach, CA)

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Only had tire short time seams great

John W. - August 31, 2012

(Fishkill, NY)

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A lot NOISY!

I can't believe how much road noise these tires produce over 55. Tires stick well and corner well. They don't follow linear grooves. Haven't ridden in the rain yet. I will not buy them again.

Shawn - September 16, 2011

(Hanford, CA)

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Terrible Value

Junk. Rode ok, but totally shot after 5000 miles. About to give up a whole day of vacation and pay the stealer $350 to install a crap Dunlop just to get home.

Scott - July 31, 2012

(Denver, CO)

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Continental Tires suck

Tires didnt last 3200 miles and i dont do burn outs.Never again.

Pat - April 05, 2011

(Omaha, NE)
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