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What is the rear tyre size on a zx6r manufactured in1998

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The correct tyre size for your 1998 zx6r g model is 170/60/17 the earlyer f model was 160/60/17 and the later j models were 180/60/17

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A bit late but if your wheels are a 5.5 rear rim then the 180/55/zr17 is the correct tyre and gives you a lot more choice than the 170. zx6r g1 1998 have 5.5 wheel rims.

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I have a 1997 zx6r and the tyre size for my bike is a 160/60/17, i hope this is any help to you. Lee

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