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Old 06-16-2010, 10:48 AM   #21
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Old 06-16-2010, 11:26 PM   #23
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120/70/17 that's the size. 60 or 65 series are flatter profile like turning with a car tire. Although I have had older ZX6R 01,02 rub the fender with 70 series, but I modified the holes on the fender a little and they were fine, a little tight with warmers, but still good..
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120/70/17 that's the size. 60 or 65 series are flatter profile like turning with a car tire. Although I have had older ZX6R 01,02 rub the fender with 70 series, but I modified the holes on the fender a little and they were fine, a little tight with warmers, but still good..
I have not seen the bike since the other day. I'll check it out 2mrw.
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