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Tire replacement not that they are worn out

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But whats the widest size tire I can safely mount on the stock rims. Have seen it posted somewhere that I could mount a 4.10/19 on these. That would probably smooth out the ride a little bit. But just wondering if it would start clearance issues. When you need a wider tire you really need a better tire. Try the Avon AM26. Rear 100/90-19. Front 90/90-19. These will transform your bike.,

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