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Gpz 1100 do you know the tyre pressure for gpz 1100 1996

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36 front...42 rear

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You can find the tire type and pressure recommeddation underneath the seat or inside the seat compartment. normal tire pressure of 34-42 is based on tire sizes. You can find more info on most motorcycle tire sales sites.

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