If you want the original OEM size Dunlop, you'll have to go back to the dealership. I've not seen the 180/70/15 Dunlop on any website or catalog. If you're sticking to the original size through the internet, you're pretty much limited to Pirelli or Metzeler. I got such bad mileage out of my OEM's (5300!!) that I went with a new set of Pirelli MT66's. So far have almost 2K miles on them and the rear looks almost brand new. If you go with a 170/80/15, then your options open up (and it will help cure your speedo error).
Real gun control is having the ability to hit your target.
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