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Old 28th June 2004, 15:24   #1
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Hi!!
I own a CBZ and I want to whether I can fit a Duro tyre of size 110/90 R-18 to my normal steel rim instead of OE MRF. Will it touch the frame of the bike. Please help me!!!
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hi ctob
it wont touch , check out pirelli or michellin rather than duro, coz duro isnt that grippy

and cheap and better option would be fkr tyres of malaysia
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i have recently put a 120 size muchellin tyre on my friemds CBZ all it needed was a little adjustment with the main stan, it didnt touch the frame, anything bigger than that then you have to change the wheel rim, michellin are real good tyres
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thanx a lot friends. can u also tell the prices of michellin.
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i spent Rs. 3,200 on the tyre i had fit, but the range starts from somehing like Rs. 2,500 or somehting
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why waste money on all show no go stuff
trash the cbz buy a 135 start rallying dude!
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yeah thats right rallyong is anyday better, im with u tom
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I love my bike VVVVVVVVVEEEEEEERRRRYYYYYYY much and I can't trash it. I love sports bikes than dirt bikes
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Maybe try laying ure hands onto a Triumph Sprint. Like they say, cross continents or commute to work!
Ride hard, Ride safe!
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