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Thread: Need Tubeless tyre and rims for Honda cg 125 Deluxe

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    Default Need Tubeless tyre and rims for Honda cg 125 Deluxe


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    You have to visit Lahore to get rims and tyres in good rates..But keep in mind they will reduce Acceleration and Topspeed

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    Yes its definitely possible, but requires a lot of mods and depends on what types of rims and tires you want to go for, here's a short list

    there are chinese rims available in 18 inch with rear drum and front disk brake (not very expensive) same original tires currently installed on deluxe can be used with these rims,

    and then if you go for some heavy bike rims and tires these would be in 17 inch both front and rear (Ziyada kharcha), both rims and tires will be used not new

    then bushes and bearings and spacers would be changed (for both 17 and 18 inch rims)

    rear brake setup would also be changed to disk and if you are lucky maybe you may get a hold of a rim with rear drum brake,

    If switching to rear disk whole disk setup which includes the caliper, tawa, oil bottle, pipe, cylinder etc would be required most preferably of nissin from some heavy bike

    Then proper fitting of the brake cylinder will have to be made (for rear disk only)

    changes in rear brake hub and sprocket,

    remove chain cover,

    for a better look will have to raise the bike from behind

    will have to check the speedometer gharari for the particular rim installed and speedometer cable availability for that gharari for proper working of speedometer

    and rear brake pedal setting

    and alingment, balancing and positioning of the rear tire and front tire for smooth running

    and proper positioning of both front and rear brake calipers for noise free braking with an excellent response (sometimes difficult to achieve specially for front disk brake needs an expert mechanic other wide it will make noise)

    and yes the front mudguard will also have to be changed with a custom made bracket for fitting

    front and rear rims will have to be repainted as the old ones are not in good paint mostly

    Here is link to the chinese 18 inch rims in deluxe (Click)

    & here is the link to the original heavy bike 17 inch rims in deluxe (click)

    Hope this helps

    The cost of chinese rims with tires would be from 10K to 15K.

    Cost of original heavy bike rims with tires would be around 25K to 30K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knife View Post
    You have to visit Lahore to get rims and tyres in good rates..But keep in mind they will reduce Acceleration and Topspeed
    wont have any effect on acceleration if you move to 17 inch will not reduce acceleration, top speed will decrease and fuel consumption will increase.

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    sallam
    Bhai koi bta sakta hai k Chinna k rims*17inch aur Tyre lahore main kon c shop say milain gey ???

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    mcleod road is best option

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    Bilal Gang

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    Can i use 110/90- in deluxe 125 without changing the original rims

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