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Old 11th June 2024, 19:35   #1306
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Re: The Honda H'ness CB350, priced at Rs. 1.90 lakh

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Hello everyone, what's the recommended interval to change tyres? My Hness clocked 19k kilometers so far and I'm trying to figure out if it's time to replace the stock set of tyres.
They say the life of a tyre is around 5 years, worn out or not. So, I think it will help if you can share the manufactured year/month of the tyre and perhaps a photo of how the tyre looks. If it's within 5 years and enough tread left, then no reason to change them. Mine, mostly ran on highways, have clocked 16K kilometers and still look good for another 3-4 thousand kms.
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Old 11th June 2024, 21:05   #1307
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They say the life of a tyre is around 5 years, worn out or not. So, I think it will help if you can share the manufactured year/month of the tyre and perhaps a photo of how the tyre looks.
My bad. I realized I left out this important information after reading your reply.

It's manufactured in March 2023 and I bought it in April 2023 with 8 kilometres on the odo. The tyre looks like it has plenty of tread left.
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Hello. Can the rear carrier that is available as an official accessory for the Hness support top boxes like the SHAD SH39? I am planning for a topbox but dont want to go for aftermarket frames to support it.
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Hello. Can the rear carrier that is available as an official accessory for the Hness support top boxes like the SHAD SH39? I am planning for a topbox but dont want to go for aftermarket frames to support it.
I wouldn't have had a clue if you had asked me a week before, but not now. Just this week, I happened to visit a Bigwing showroom for a minor repair. Earlier this month, the top rack I had fixed from Hyperrider had snapped and had to be welded. So, when they said they had a top rack in stock, I asked them if they can fix my SH42 top case. And it fitted like a charm. No issue whatsoever. So, go for it.

I will try to get some photos and share them later when I have the time.
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I wouldn't have had a clue if you had asked me a week before, but not now. Just this week, I happened to visit a Bigwing showroom for a minor repair. Earlier this month, the top rack I had fixed from Hyperrider had snapped and had to be welded. So, when they said they had a top rack in stock, I asked them if they can fix my SH42 top case. And it fitted like a charm. No issue whatsoever. So, go for it.

I will try to get some photos and share them later when I have the time.
Thank You for the response. SH42 looks perfect. Do post some pictures. Want to understand how it looks on the Hness. And, does it fix tight? Any rattling issues? My primary use case is to carry the laptop bag for office trips.
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Even mine from hyperrider snapped, and I had to ditch the full system. Not using their units anymore.
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