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Take it out...if it hasn't punctured the tyre yet it will probably get deeper if you leave it...

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SOURCE: itting of Metzeler - Lasertec front tyre to rear

??? Lets see if I under stand you right. You are wanting to put a Front Metzeler tire on the rear wheel of the bike? If so I will not answer this question cause of dangers involved.

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SOURCE: What are the tyre pressures

Usually if you look closely, it is written on the tyre side wall. But just in case it isn't, try 34psi for the rear, and about 32psi for the front. You can give or take a few PSI, if you want a softer ride down to 30psi.


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