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Could you tell me the correct tyre preasures for front and rear tyres on a 1991 suzuki rgv250

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At the maximum of 45 psi the bike rides like a rock. 25 psi and it is squirrely to ride. 35psi is the norm. Go up or down from there to get the ride you want.

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Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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