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Hi, I've just purchased a Honda NS400R but the tyres are perished. I've tried looking for tyres on various websites but none come up with the sizes I require which are 100/90 V16 (front) and 110/90 V17 (rear) any ideas of where I can purchase?
Hello everyone. Attached are some photos of the rear roadsmart on my gsxr. As you can see its started to wear quite strangely. Any ideas as to why and do you think it's ok to ride.
does anyone out there know if i put a 180 on the rear what difference it would make, as on my tuono i changed it to a 180 and that made it hold a line in a bend much better and stopped it running wide.
How many miles a year do I do?What sort of riding is that?Touring this year?How many sets of tyres am I happy to put on the bike each year?What have you had before?Why are you changing from that tyre?
I did a quick google search, all I could find was people saying it's bad to ride with a slow puncture and not worth it but they give no reasons.The back tyre of my honda cbf125 has a slow puncture (takes a couple of weeks to go flat when left on the drive). I think the offending 'puncture' is a crack or split about 7-8mm long on the part of the tyre that touches the road. It bubbles when I put soapy water on it. Anyone know of any reason why it is dangerous to ride with a slow puncture?
Hi, I have just bought a gxsr750 track bike.it has a 600 profile tyre on which needed a longer chain to accept profile. Would I be better reverting back to a 750 profile for the track or keep the smaller tyre? Any advice please, thanksSkippy
I have a 1995 Harley Davidson Roadking which has done just 7000 miles and has always been garaged.It is still on the original tyres which show no signs of wear or damage.Are they safe to ride on having regard to their age?
I have just purchased a 2009 600 Hornet and I will very shortly need some new tyres. I am 71 years of age and only do around 2000 dry miles (if possible) a year. I have got past putting my knee down although I do like to ''lean'' So I would like the best tyres to get the most miles out of, What do you suggest please.
I have a ducati monster 796 2010 not a nice bike to ride suspension is crap (very hard) which I'm changing however, oe tyres are not my favourite they tend to track to much? what would you recommend ?
is it advisable to use second hand tyres? my rear tyre got about 3mm left in her. I were thinking of getting a seconds hand front tyre until the rear needs changing and buy new tyres for front & rear. but people keeps saying buy new tyres only. i will be buying michenlin pilot power in the future, got pirelli diablo supercorsa on at the minute
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