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I have a 92 katana an am looking for tires that fit but not original lookin for tire with no wall givin it a more updated look what size should i get

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    yadayada May 30, 2010

    do not run anything but the recommened tires.

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Busters in coventry on ebay i got a pair maxxis rounded tread pattern about £120 bargin rides good too

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