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    I need to change my GS rear tyre. I want to change the stock tyre with a broad one. Please suggest the right brand and size for the rear tyre.
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    Right tyre size for Suzuki GS 150 -1351701Right tyre size for Suzuki GS 150 -1351702i am using 100-90/18 in my bike. very good grip and braking.
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    the left one is dunlop made in India and the right one is dsi made in Sri lanka
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    I've checked dsi in the market. Its available in the market in 4000/-. The shopkeeper is taking my stock tyre in 700. So i will be paying 3300/-. What do you suggest. Should I go for a local 90-90 18 tyre like servise or diamond or should I go for dsi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by atifkh74 View Post
    I've checked dsi in the market. Its available in the market in 4000/-. The shopkeeper is taking my stock tyre in 700. So i will be paying 3300/-. What do you suggest. Should I go for a local 90-90 18 tyre like servise or diamond or should I go for dsi?

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    Dsi is even cheaper if you go to urdu bazaar.
    3.8k is the price. Stock tyre can be no bought for 900rs. From Where did you check about the price of dsi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsan95 View Post
    Dsi is even cheaper if you go to urdu bazaar.
    3.8k is the price. Stock tyre can be no bought for 900rs. From Where did you check about the price of dsi.
    I've checked dsi in the market near my place. Its U.P more motorcycles market. I am getting 700 for my stock tyre. Should I check it in Urdu bazaar. Any idea what I can get for my used one. Its 900 kms old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atifkh74 View Post
    I've checked dsi in the market near my place. Its U.P more motorcycles market. I am getting 700 for my stock tyre. Should I check it in Urdu bazaar. Any idea what I can get for my used one. Its 900 kms old.

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    Urdu bazaar main bohat shops hai tyres ke. If you have time check for the best price you can get. My ride was driven 600km when I changed to dsi . Stock tyre was sold for a K.
    Yes check it in urdu bazaar.
    You also have the option of dunlop, golden boy.

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    Right tyre size for Suzuki GS 150 - vavapedy

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    @ahsan95: i bought it 3 years ago. this might be a change. check for more dsi tyres in the market and see if they are the same or like mine
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by atifkh74 View Post
    I've checked dsi in the market. Its available in the market in 4000/-. The shopkeeper is taking my stock tyre in 700. So i will be paying 3300/-. What do you suggest. Should I go for a local 90-90 18 tyre like servise or diamond or should I go for dsi?

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    its better to spend once and go for a good tyre. my tyre never got punctured except once in three years. you get peace of mind after installing a good tyre
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadoon1992_vxlimited View Post
    its better to spend once and go for a good tyre. my tyre never got punctured except once in three years. you get peace of mind after installing a good tyre
    How much pascal do you keep in your front and rear tyre?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsan95 View Post
    How much pascal do you keep in your front and rear tyre?
    front 30 and rear 40.
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadoon1992_vxlimited View Post
    front 30 and rear 40.
    For single rider or double?

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    i mostly ride single and sometime double as well. but i keep the same pressure.
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Dears

    Today I went to Urdu Bazar tyre market and bought 100-90/18 in 3800/-. Got 900/- for my stock tyre. So I paid around 2900 in total.
    Thanks jadoon1992_vxlimited and ahsan95 .
    Ride is good after the tyre change but I felt one thing, that bike is struggling while accelerating, as it was more smooth with the old tyre. Does the broad tyre reduces the performance in any aspect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by atifkh74 View Post
    Dears

    Today I went to Urdu Bazar tyre market and bought 100-90/18 in 3800/-. Got 900/- for my stock tyre. So I paid around 2900 in total.
    Thanks jadoon1992_vxlimited and ahsan95 .
    Ride is good after the tyre change but I felt one thing, that bike is struggling while accelerating, as it was more smooth with the old tyre. Does the broad tyre reduces the performance in any aspect?
    Good! Post some pictures of the tyre.
    It will get better coz the new tyre need some time for adjustment. Don't worry about that. You will definitely feel that difference between the stock and dsi. Top speed will be reduced by a little bit. But road grip will be improved. You can more easily corner and most importantly braking will be increased. Also the stylish tyre will add beauty to your ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsan95 View Post
    Good! Post some pictures of the tyre.
    It will get better coz the new tyre need some time for adjustment. Don't worry about that. You will definitely feel that difference between the stock and dsi. Top speed will be reduced by a little bit. But road grip will be improved. You can more easily corner and most importantly braking will be increased. Also the stylish tyre will add beauty to your ride.
    Here are the pics. Bike is looking awesome.

    Right tyre size for Suzuki GS 150 -1353286Right tyre size for Suzuki GS 150 -1353288Right tyre size for Suzuki GS 150 -1353289Right tyre size for Suzuki GS 150 -1353291

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    good choice, in order to keep tire wall from cracking time to time use good quality tire spray. it will keep tire in excellent condition.
    do not use cheap quality lister or luster whatever that is called it damages rubber parts very quickly.
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    Ahsan bhai Ur inbox is full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archon2001 View Post
    good choice, in order to keep tire wall from cracking time to time use good quality tire spray. it will keep tire in excellent condition.
    do not use cheap quality lister or luster whatever that is called it damages rubber parts very quickly.
    Thank you sir for Ur suggestion. I want to ask you about NU Finish. I've read on Ur thread that you have used NU finish. Can u tell me how was Ur experience and what about the price and availability?

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