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    Cool Re: anyone running this size tire.

    So that moves the center of gravity forward, lessens the trail, increases the rake and I don't sense I'm going around the curve sideways, you hoo!, my next tire! Pirelli's with a 200 rear, here I come!
    Bridgestone S20 comes in a 200 rear also! Hot diggity!
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    Thumbs up Re: anyone running this size tire.

    Quote Originally Posted by ddgith View Post
    As far as I know, you can put a 200 tire on our rims.

    But unless it's a SBK, why bother? That extra 10 mm isn't enough for a show.

    Do what any self-respecting person does.

    Put an extended swing-arm on it, and a 240 tire.
    Brilliant!!!!
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