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Bridgestone L309 Exedra Tire

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Overview of Bridgestone L309 Exedra Tire

  •  The L series front tires are original equipment on a large number of current and late model Japanese motorcycles.



NOTE: This tire is engineered for the specified motorcycles, and may also have been the original equipment tire. The compound and construction of the tire is uniquely suited to the weight, horsepower and handling characteristics of the motorcycles listed, even though the rest of the description and specifications may match other tires with the same name.

 

Specs for Bridgestone L309 Exedra Tire

Tire Construction Bias
Sidewall Blackwall
Units Each
Tire Classification Cruiser/Touring
Position - Tire Front
Material - Tread Nylon
Sidewall Plies 4
Deepest Tread Depth 5/32 in.
Balance Dot Yes
Tread Plies 4
DOT Approved for Road Use Yes
Directional Arrow Yes
Material - Sidewall Nylon
Load Range B
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I have a tire on the front with approx2900klms and it is starting to wear on the sides..is this do to incorrect tire pressure??
Garvin S on Sep 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Normally uneven side wear is the cause of either improper tire pressure or over aggressive riding, What model tire is it?

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