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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
I think the chain guard on my 1999 SV650S had a sticker with correct tire pressures. If memory serves me it was about 30-33 Front and 33-36 Rear.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
They will if the bolt pattern and the height of your old tires are the same as the new rims side by side so roll one next to your car if it's the same height yes your golden don't forget to check the bolt pattern
Posted on Mar 02, 2014
Yes if the bolt pattern is the same. 275-70-17 tires already on rims should be approx. the same height as 265-60-18 tires already on rims.
Posted on Jan 20, 2015
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