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    Salam all,

    Some guys on PW are posting pictures of alloy rims on their bikes. International editions are having stock alloy rims but here on our bikes I have never seen such rims. Can anybody tell me from where to get those rims. The other question is how does it affect the ride of a bike. Will it consume more fuel or there will be a compromise on the speed.

    I am an inexperienced biker, the other thing I want to ask is if we can change the thickness of the rear tyre, is it possible to use a 125 rear tyre on a Suzuki GD110, to get more road grip???


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    What about this bike dear?

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=228985

    Allah o Akbar
    ALLAH U MMA SALLE ALAA MUHAMMADIN WA BAARIQ WASALLAM

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    Aaa gaya China......Shaa gaya China!
    There are plenty of Chinese alloy rims available in the market.....
    Obviously these rims are a bit heavier and they are brittle.......they wont bend......they would break..... aesay tottay nahi hain
    Some buy them for their looks while the other buy them to install tubeless tyres.
    Bikes don't leak oil, they mark their territory.

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