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Front tyre xjr yamaha side car outfit 17 inch

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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

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SOURCE: what are the tyre pressures on a suzuki sv650

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

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SOURCE: Will BMW e92 17 inch alloys fit my e60 5 series. Tyre size on the e92 wheels are 225 40 17. I currently have standard 16 inch wheels

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

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SOURCE: Can I put 275 70 17 tyres On my standard 17 inch wheels. On it now is 265 65 18

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.

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I have just bought xjr 1300 2009 what r the tyre pressures


We would advise that for your Yamaha XJR 1300 if on tyre sizes front 120/70 ?€" ZR17 58W TL (tubeless) and Rear 180/55 ?€" ZR17 73W TL the tyre pressures (set when tyres are cold) should be as follows:-

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What size tyres camaro 1997 3800rs v6


The wheels could have been changed on the car from the standard original factory set and hence the tyre size may not be the standard factory original size.
The size of the tyres on the vehicle now is moulded into the side wall of the tyres and is easy to read.
Check all 4 tyres because larger size tyres may have been fitted as a pair to the rear.

The size might read - for example 245 45 18 or 235 45 17 (there are a huge number of sizes for each model of tyre).

The first 3 numbers are the width of the tyres in mm eg 225 mmm or 235 mm and so on. The second 2 numbers are the tyre profile size or ratio (which can be 70 65 60 55 50 45 40 and so on. The third number is the wheel diameter size. If you have 18 inch wheels on the car the tyres will read 18 or if they are 17 inch wheels the tyres will read 17 and so on.

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I have a yzf 426 yamaha. What fuel do I put in it? What oil do I put in it? Is it a 4 stroke motor bike? Please help me - Thankyou!


Model: Yamaha YZ 426 F Year: 2002 Category: Cross / motocross Rating: 71.6 out of 100 Engine and transmission Displacement: 426.00 ccm (25.99 cubic inches) Engine type: Single cylinder, four-stroke Compression: 12.5:1 Bore x stroke: 95.0 x 60.1 mm (3.7 x 2.4 inches) Valves per cylinder: 5 Fuel control: DOHC Cooling system: Liquid Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels Front suspensiontravel: 300 mm (11.8 inches) Rear suspension travel: 315 mm (12.4 inches) Front tyre dimensions: 80/100-21 Rear tyre dimensions: 110/90-19 Front brakes: Single disc Front brakes diameter: 250 mm (9.8 inches) Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 240 mm (9.4 inches) Physical measures and capacities Dry weight: 105.0 kg (231.5 pounds) Seat height: 998 mm (39.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Overall height: 1,303 mm (51.3 inches) Overall length: 2,171 mm (85.5 inches) Overall width: 827 mm (32.6 inches) Ground clearance: 375 mm (14.8 inches) Wheelbase: 1,490 mm (58.7 inches)

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What are the recommended inflation pressures for thr front and the rear tyres ?


hi, the presures recomended for a yamaha xjr 1200, 1995-1998running tyre sizes

front 130/70/17 presure is 2.5 bar =36psi with or without a pilion
rear 170/60/17 presure is 2.5 bar =36psi solo and 2.9bar 42psi with a pilion

hope this helps, and thanks for using Fixya,

paul

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Tyre pressure front/rear ?


hi, the tyre pressures below are for the models outlined in brackets.

TDM 850, (A)(CH) 1996-2000, WITH TYRE SIZES FRONT 110/80/18 = 2.25BAR OR 33psi

REAR 150/70/17 = 2.75BAR OR 40psi


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What are the tyre pressures for the front and rear tyres on my 1996 Yamaha XJR 400cc solo motorcycle


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.


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Diferent size tyres front and back is this normal?


That is normal, most motorcycles run different size front and rear tyres. My BMW has a 21" in the front and a 17" in the rear. The tyre you buy should match your riding style. Don't get a race tyre if all you do is communting, the tyre will wear out too quickly. Expect to pay $150 or so for a rear tyre, perhaps a little less for the front. Mounting & balancing is normally $20-$50 per tyre. Many shops will not mount a tyre you bought somewhere else, keep that in mind if you order tyres from the internet.

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It’s overall length is 1070mm, overall width is 670mm and its wheels base is 1290mm. Since sporty YZF R15 is shorter too and its height is just 1070mm. YZF R15 150cc features F 80/90 -17 inches tyres in the front and 100/80-17 inches tyres in the rear

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