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Will a 130/90/15 motorcycle tire be ok to put on my all original bike rim

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1987 Suzuki LS 650 Savage specifications and pictures

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The 1987 Suzuki LS 650 Savage and all other motorcycles made since 1970. Specifications. ... Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels. Front tyre: 100/90-19.

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Where in my area can I get my dirtbike tire and tube changed


Dirt bike tires are pretty easy to change yourself and all you need is to remove the tire for the bike and have at least 3 long flat head screwdrivers that are about 18" long each. You'll save yourself a couple bucks doing it yourself and get the satisfaction of doing it yourself. But any MC shop will also do it for you at a cost unless you're buing a new tire there, then they wrap the tire change into the cost of new tire you bought. But if you decide to do it yourself, here's a couple tips. There are plenty of videos out there on how to do this so here are some quick pointers.
1) let any remaining are out of the tire.
2) for a dirtbike, loosen the rim locks. (these are on some dirtbikes and you'll know if your bike has them because there will be a bolt sticking through the rim pointing towards the center of the tire. You'll have to loosen the nut on the rim lock bolt to loosen the rim lock.)
3) with all air out of the tire and the rim locks loosened, stick your first screw driver between the lip of the rim and the tire and pull back on the screw driver.
4) When you have pulled back on the screwdriver, you'll see a gap where you can then stick the next screw driver.
5) Don't try to lift too much of the tire at the beginning. there are steel bands in the tire and you don't want to snap them or destroy the rubber that surrounds the steel bands. Because if you do mess it up too much, the steel band is made up of a bunch of steel wires, and if you snap those wires, one could come through and puncture you tube when you put it back on and fill it with air. So don't take too much tire off at one time. You'll get the hand of it.
6) With one side of the tire out you can then reach inside and pull out the tube. Fill it with a enough air to expose the lead and then you can decide to replace the tube or patch it.
7) After repairing/replacing the tube, put the tire back on in the reverse order.
8) Don't inflate the tire all the way the first time. Inflate it half way and bounce the tire to get the tube to sit right.
9) Tighten the Rim locks (if you had them)
10) inflate the tire to the proper pressure.
11) Put the tire back on.

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Hi I have a Mazda 6 2013 with after market rims 19x8.5 fitted with Pirelli P 1's cinturato size tyre 245x40x19,what is the correct tyre pressure? Same alround or diffa front and back,original rims factory...


The factory tires said 33 psi. So put 33 psi in all four tires. But if you changed the tires with different tires I would put the psi it says on the tire andthe new tire gives you a different psi than the factory tires I would follow what the tire says check the tire and fill it all up with the same pressure but do t go over the maximum psi you need to be 5 psi below the max.

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Can a 110x80x19 tyre be substituted for a 120x70x19 motorcycle tyre


It may be a tight fit installing back on the bike, but the tire should fit the rim ok.

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16 inch bicycle tire is flat. Need replacement, where to buy?


Call Dynacraft (bike maker) at 1-800-551-0032. My daughter's rear tire was flat and they sent out a new tube for free. She had the bike for only about 4 months. They also sent out a new rear tire as bearing/coaster brake assembly was make noises. The only problem is her original rim was purple and they sent out a silver colored rim as they don't have purple replacement part. I also had to install the tube and tire on the new rim. They only send replacement parts not assemblies.

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Rough ride due to skinny shallow front tire. What is the largest tire that I can put on that wheel. I am willing to put a bigger fender on the bike in order to make a bigger tire fit.


the stock vulcan 800a comes with a 80/90-21, the first number is the width in mm, and the second number is the side wall ratio compared to height, the third number is the rim size. ex. the tire is 80mm wide and 90% as tall or 72mm on a 21" rim. So if you are going wider I would measure the distance between the forks in mm and go from there.

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How do you change a innertube on a back wheel of a mountain bike


You have to remove the entire wheel from the bike. Then change it just like you'd change a front tire... remove oneside of the tire from the rim, pull out bad tube, clean rim, put in new tube, put tire back on rim, inflat tube... good to go. There are 1,000,000 videos on YouTube to show you this process.

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How do you remove the front tire from a Honda crf 150 cc dirt bike?


The axel has a nut on one end and two bolts or one pinching the shaft on the other. Jack the wheel off the grond unscrew the nut loosen the pinch blots pull out the axel and the wheel falls out Watch wher the spacers go as they have to go back turned the right way. the brake rotor has to be lined up with the caliper to put it back in as you don't push the brake with the wheel off as the pads will have tobe pried open to get the rotor back in. Tring to fix a flat? same as a bicycle except use soapy water don't forget to use water to cheak for leaks then put on the powder on the tube before it all goes back good tire irons come from bike dealers and bike parts suppliers. Screw drivers cause more troble than thier worth. Road going bikes chage the tube patches are Illegal DOT

Aug 15, 2009 | 2005 Honda CRF 150 F

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Adjusting rear tire


is it rubbing all the time when you spin the wheel or is it as if the wheel is buckled? or could it be bearings in your wheel. (any side to side movement in it) if not then gotta be tire not seated correctly, you will see this though if you examine it along the rim on both sides, OR the shop put a tire on that was too wide, with either of these tire problems i suggest you go back to the shop that installed it, to re seat it you will have to remove the wheel and deflate tire fully, break the bead seal against the rim. then re-inflate carefully to seal it against the rim, give it a few bounses to help saeting correctly.

Apr 07, 2009 | 2002 Harley Davidson FLHR - FLHRCI Road...

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Bumping


Tubed tire, right? COULD be a flat spot but my gut tells me the tire isn't mounted correctly. My guess is that if you look at the sidewall of the tire next to the rim on one side or the other, you'll notice that the rubber edge that sits just outside the rim isn't consistent around the entire rim because they didn't seat the bead properly. Typically all you have to do is let some air out and resituate the tire on the rim a little and keep an eye on it as you inflate it. You can overinflate the tire to around 50 to 60 PSI to help it seat correctly on the rim but be sure to reduce the air pressure--you don't want to leave it like that. The other thing it could be if it's doing this at high speeds only is that the wheel is severely out of balance, in which case you would need to take the wheel off the bike and balance it, but my gut still says it's the way the tire was installed on the bike. For those of you looking for the procedure for changing a tire and/or balancing a wheel, this is a pretty good step-by-step guide: http://www.clarity.net/~adam/tire-changing-doc.html

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