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What is the size of the fron tire on this bike.

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1992-1999 Suzuki VS800 intruder:

Front tire
80/90-21 or 80/90H-21

Rear tire
140/90-15 or 140/90H-15

H rating indicates rated for high speed.

Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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