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    Question After How many Kilometers Bike Tyre should be Changed

    After How many Kilometers Bike Tyre should be changed in 70cc, 100cc and 125cc bikes. Kindly share your knowledge, Thanks.

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    A tire would last depending on your style of usage, mine wont last more than 20,000 KMs. After it has completed its life you will notice very frequent punctures out of no reason. twice/thrice a week etc....

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    there is a tread least wear marker on tyre which indicates the tyre is worn off, and there is expiry date of rubber as well in imported tyres which can help.
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    15000 kms or 4 years which ever comes first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmentor View Post
    15000 kms or 4 years which ever comes first.
    15000 km is not equivalent to 4 years..
    definitely 15000 km will come earlier...
    for a daily runner, 15000 km is normal distance in 2 years..
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    Thanks everyone, i did not have puncture since last year. And i travel around 40 Kms daily on my bike. I use my bike for office.

    I was OK with my Tyre when i started notice like bike slipping. From last couple of days wind was blowing quite hard, and i noticed my bike like slipping with the air push. I don't know if it is normal, but i noticed this now. I thought maybe tyre needs to be changed.

    I have Panther tyre on my 125 bike. Tyre condition seems to be good, they dont look worn out to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usmanuetian View Post
    15000 km is not equivalent to 4 years..
    definitely 15000 km will come earlier...
    for a daily runner, 15000 km is normal distance in 2 years..
    True that but exceptions are also there

    Like i have Honda cd 70 2004 model, it covered 21900+ kms till now.still look like Brand new

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyeofthetiger View Post
    After How many Kilometers Bike Tyre should be changed in 70cc, 100cc and 125cc bikes. Kindly share your knowledge, Thanks.
    Not dependent on milage but the tire's tread..a Tyre must have atlease 3-4mm tread..Never ride a ganja tyre
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    still i think we don't have exact figures
    but bikers i think 15,000 to 20,000km
    is average or max life of motorcycle tyre
    Whats Your Opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    Not dependent on milage but the tire's tread..a Tyre must have atlease 3-4mm tread..Never ride a ganja tyre
    hahahahahaha......
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    It all depends upon the road upon which the ride is take plus the driving style of the driver because in last three yeras ui have change two tyres. One stock and one crusier style. Now second crusier style tyre installed

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    I have suzuki 150cc 9500+km, but it seems that I have to change its stock tyre as as its centre got very thin... 10 months used

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