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    As the title says !! All queries about rims, tyres tubes and rims will be entertained here !!

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    ^^^ just make sure that there is enough room for 110 size tyre in your bike's frame design.
    because piaggio comes with 3.50 inch wide tyre.And a 90/90 tyre is also same width.
    But a 100/90 tyre will be 3.9 inch wide, and 110/90 is gonna be 4.3 inch wide. quite a bit of difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    ^^^ just make sure that there is enough room for 110 size tyre in your bike's frame design.
    because piaggio comes with 3.50 inch wide tyre.And a 90/90 tyre is also same width.
    But a 100/90 tyre will be 3.9 inch wide, and 110/90 is gonna be 4.3 inch wide. quite a bit of difference
    Hmm.. So how about 100/90.. I think that would be enough.. Good grip with good speed

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    bro if u need 17 rims let me knw i have complete front and rear swing arm with rims and tyres taken out from yamaha fazer, rear tyre 140/60r17 front and rear both are with Discs. if u need let me knw, 0345-2064773

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroon131 View Post
    bro if u need 17 rims let me knw i have complete front and rear swing arm with rims and tyres taken out from yamaha fazer, rear tyre 140/60r17 front and rear both are with Discs. if u need let me knw, 0345-2064773

    Looking for 18" rims

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knife View Post
    Hmm.. So how about 100/90.. I think that would be enough.. Good grip with good speed
    Why you want to increase tyre size ??? Are you not contented with your stock tyre grip??
    Bigger tyre may or may not give you better grip, you gonna know only after you try it. But it will surely reduce your acceleration a bit and will surely increase your fuel consumption slightly. So only you can decide after weighing pros and cons if upgrade is really worth it.
    Mine experiment from 2.50 to 3.00 didn't go good. Grip did not increase at all, but fuel consumption sure did.

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    glad i came usefull..

    by the way, if you do buy a wide tyre go for new one dont buy old tyres ripped off becuse they are aged and expired life already and will lose grip completly .. new tyres have fresh breathing radial and hold grip and give good performance, I just heard from a mechnic that never use old tyyres, even manufacturing date Circle is embosed on tyres with expiry indicator in good brands. So I thought I must share...


    and paigo frame can acomodate uptill 120/90/18 but puts to much burden on engine best bet is 100/90/18 or 110/90 ...

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    So guys finally the problem solved. The problem was with the tube.. The previous tube was 4.15*18 (Idiotically i purchased and didnt looked at it) and replaced the tube with 3.00*18 (Sent by vickytulla) and the problem is solved. Thank god and now i enjoying my ride like hell... Gosh there is nothing more pleasuring than error free bike !!
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by hidalgo View Post
    sorry for responding late. bro i got to know about chinese alloys in 5.5k in rawalpindi .
    where to find those and who to contact?

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    How we can know about the Manufacturing date of the tyre ?

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    its printed or embossed on tyres...

    here is the understanding chart
    Bike Tyre Tube Rim Queries And Solutions -1083004

    and here how some manufaturere put expiry date code :

    Bike Tyre Tube Rim Queries And Solutions -1083005


    but our Servis and Panther Shahzaday put the dates in simple format directly so dont worry you can read 23-11-2012 on them easily but shown above are international Standards of date printing and how to read a tyre.

    I hope it helps.


    Cheers!

    Quote Originally Posted by talhabinomar View Post
    How we can know about the Manufacturing date of the tyre ?
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armageddon View Post
    where to find those and who to contact?
    muree road rawalpindi raheel autos near underpass.
    legend will revive soon

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    a quick question...
    Honda Deluxe stock 90/90-18 tyre is 4PR or 6PR??? and which brand???

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    Quote Originally Posted by hidalgo View Post
    muree road rawalpindi raheel autos near underpass.
    thanks, i'll check!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    a quick question...
    Honda Deluxe stock 90/90-18 tyre is 4PR or 6PR??? and which brand???
    ​Service 6PR

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    Why you want to increase tyre size ??? Are you not contented with your stock tyre grip??
    Bigger tyre may or may not give you better grip, you gonna know only after you try it. But it will surely reduce your acceleration a bit and will surely increase your fuel consumption slightly. So only you can decide after weighing pros and cons if upgrade is really worth it.
    Mine experiment from 2.50 to 3.00 didn't go good. Grip did not increase at all, but fuel consumption sure did.

    Sent from my HTC One X using Tapatalk 2
    Iam not in any mood to change the tyre, but there is small permanent bump in rear tyre and i have tried everything to remove it, but its still there. As a result it do "bubbling" at high speed, so thats the reason iam changing my rear. Hopefully 110/90 will do the job

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    glad i came usefull..

    by the way, if you do buy a wide tyre go for new one dont buy old tyres ripped off becuse they are aged and expired life already and will lose grip completly .. new tyres have fresh breathing radial and hold grip and give good performance, I just heard from a mechnic that never use old tyyres, even manufacturing date Circle is embosed on tyres with expiry indicator in good brands. So I thought I must share...


    and paigo frame can acomodate uptill 120/90/18 but puts to much burden on engine best bet is 100/90/18 or 110/90 ...
    Surely i'll buy the new one

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    So guys finally got my tyre changed. All thanks to junaid bhai for taking time out and buying this. Thanks junaid. On junaid's suggestion i bought this 100/90-18 tyre brand name is DUNLOP.. With tube it costed me 3800rs.

    Bike Tyre, Tube, Rim Queries And Solutions - CIMG0951

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    After fitting

    Bike Tyre, Tube, Rim Queries And Solutions - CIMG0953

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knife View Post
    So guys finally got my tyre changed. All thanks to junaid bhai for taking time out and buying this. Thanks junaid. On junaid's suggestion i bought this 100/90-18 tyre brand name is DUNLOP.. With tube it costed me 3800rs.
    post pics from every angle....

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    Bike Tyre, Tube, Rim Queries And Solutions - CIMG0954

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    post pics from every angle....
    Will do it in the morning.. I just fixed the tyre and rode the bike.. And believe me.. I felt the immense pleasure. Excellent road grip and good control over bike

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