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I need new tires, can i get different tires that cost a bit less then the standard run flat tires?

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It is best not to deviate from what the manufacturer states but.....yes you can if you look inside your drivers side door and match all of the numbers. Also on the side of the tire is this info and lastly any tire place will help you...a reputable one that is.

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2001 Vulcan 1500 Classic E. Can I put a wider back tire on and if I can how wide can I go?


talk this over with a bike shop that sells rims and tires
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ride characteristics change dramatically with different tire widths
legal ramifications of different front and rear tires
real advantages of wider tires as against "looks cool"
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Talk it over with an accredited bike shop and find a person that has real experience and not just a salesman

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Fit a less noisy tire. Most of the road noise is tire generated and there is a big difference in noise between tire brands and tire designs when run at the optimum tire pressures.

It is generally the case that the cheaper brands of tires will also be noisier than premium tires , especially as they incur wear. For example they may be fine for about 8- 10000 miles from new but then become progressively more noisy to the point that they become very annoying.

Do a bit of research on the net on tire brands and models within each brand (including reading tire reviews) and you will be able to select a tire that is less noisy than what you have fitted now.
Premium tire companies such as Bridgestone and Michelin for example have low noise tires in their range of products and both produce very good quality tires.

With tires, you generally pay for what you get. If you buy a cheap tire it will perform poorly compared with a premium product and will most probably be quite noisy as it begins to wear and the rubber gets harder over time.

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00Linc ls tires P235-50R -17 running 40PSI LABEL IN DOOR SPEC 30PSI . Would like to no what to do don't want to damage tire.


because it is a low profile tire with a wide tread , the 30 psi is a recommended pressure for a standard size tire
however at 30 psi you will probably find that it will wear with an under inflated wear pattern and the 40 psi is used to sit the tread flat on the road
best talk with a good tire shop as they have experience and reports form a vast range of customers who talk about the pressures they run to get the best wear from the tires
the tires I run are standard and the recommended pressure is 32 psi but the make of tire actually runs best on 38 psi and that comes from the tire manufacturer

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Mini Cooper Clubman S engine light


Could be the computer did not like the change in ratio if the size of the tires are different. You would need to get the trouble codes checked to proceed.

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My Sanya flat screen TV,has 3 different colored bright lines running from top to bottom in the middle of the tv.What is wrong, and can I fix it myself.


This is not a do at home repair and it will likely cost more than cost of a new TV to have a repair shop fix it.

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What should be the correct tire pressure for a road bike especially when racing?


There is no one correct answer to your question. The proper pressure depends on how much you weigh, and the surface you are riding on. Most people think they should pump their tires to iron like hardness to reduce rolling resistance. In a perfect world this would work great, but, we don't live in a perfect world and you should resist the temptation. First, a couple of comments about rims and tires...

Beleive it or not, rims are not necessarily able to handle as much pressure as tires. In fact, many high end rims are limited to pressures way below what even the least expensive tires can handle. So, you may want to look on the website of your rim maker to see if there is a limit. Tires too, will have a maximum pressure rating. Be sure not to exceed it.

Road surface makes a big difference. The smoother the surface the more pressure you can run. On a rough surface, though, more pressure will actually slow you down. How can this be, you ask?

You need to think of your tire as a spring. When you hit an obstruction, your tire, just like a spring, compresses. Then like a spring, the tire rebounds. If you have too much air in the tires, you will find your bike bouncing off every little obstruction instead of smoothly rolling over them. Insofar as your wheel meets an obstruction somewhat before bottom, dead, center, you are actually rebounding back! In other words, that bounce is actually a braking action which is slowing you down. Furthermore, too much air will also cause fatigue as ever little bump in the road is transmitted through your bike into your body.

Of course, too little air in your tire will cause you to get a pinch flat because the rim will pinch the tube against the obstruction making a pair of holes that look like a snake bite.

The perfect amount of air will cause your tire to conform to an obstruction and roll over it with minimal rebound. Obviously, it will prevent pinch flatting, as well.

So, what is the perfect pressure? Well, one thing for sure is it much less than the stated maximum on the tire or the rim. I weight about 165 lbs. On a really smooth road, I'll use around 100 lbs. On rougher roads, I ride with around 90 lbs. If you weight more, put a bit more air in. If you weigh less, try a bit less. In a few rides, you should find the pressure that seems to suit you and the roads you ride nicely.

There has been lots of discussions of tire pressure in the Road Bike Rider Newsletter. Your may want to check out the
Road Bike Rider Website:

http://www.roadbikerider.com

Here is a discussion of tire pressure:

http://www.roadbikerider.com/UArant.htm#...

Hope this helps you understand the ins and outs (or prehaps the ups and downs) of tire pressure.

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Run/Tire Issue


Run flats cant be repaired. You can however just replace all the tires with a different style tire like most all vehicles on the road and carry some fix-a-flat or a compressor and plugs for emergency needs till you can get this punctured tire patched.

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99 hayabusa 360 tire goes flat every thee days need to change front counter and rear sproket also i need afull rear brake system there isnt one on it


It looks like Babbitts has all the individual parts needed for your bike. Check out the cost of the new parts there then Google motorcycle salvage suzuki and see what you can find off a wrecked bike. The salvage yard will normally send you the entire wheel assembly, rim, tire, brake disc, sprocket (and even the fittings if you ask and if they still have them). The cost will be a lot less than new but then again "new" is often better. Go to www.babbittssports.com/parts/partsbybrand/parts.aspx Please take a moment to rate my answer. Thanks

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When keeping speed, incline, etc equal, I find some treadmills harder to run on than others. Why?


Theres going to be several reasons that is the case. First and most obvious is the caliberation aspect. The machines are not going to be perfect, and such things as the belt stretching with age means older machines will be less acurate, and depending on the technology cost etc. all machines will read slightly differently. Second is the conditions of the room your working in. Hotter conditions will work you harded; dry air, humid air etc. All will make a difference to your percieved exertion and how quickly you are tiring. Another factor is the surface, run a mile on flat concrete, a mile on flat asphalt; and feel the difference. The concrete is much harder and less forgiving, and so will tire your leg muscles quicker as they cope with the additional shock. The same occurs on treadmills, less shock absorbtion in the surface will mean your legs tire quicker. There are other factors that can make a difference as well, such as the way the display is set up, which can mentally motivate you more or less depending on how its laid out, what it shows etc. Its not in your head though, but there are many reasons; one gym and machine will not be the same as another.

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