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    Default Need Tyres suggestions for Honda Shine 125 tubeless

    Have been using MRF Nylogrip tubeless tires which came with bike (2013). They have now done more than 68k. Been visiting industrial areas and the tyres have suffered multiple punctures and are a bit worn out.

    So need good suggestions regarding the tyres. Should I go for same MRFs?
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    Default Re: Need Tyres suggestions for Honda Shine 125 tubeless

    Thread approved.

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    Default Re: Need Tyres suggestions for Honda Shine 125 tubeless

    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Have been using MRF Nylogrip tubeless tires which came with bike (2013). They have now done more than 68k. Been visiting industrial areas and the tyres have suffered multiple punctures and are a bit worn out.

    So need good suggestions regarding the tyres. Should I go for same MRFs?
    I've been through similar situation, you need a chunky rear tyre, like MRF Mogrip Meteor M 80/100 -18 or Ceat Gripp X3 80/100-18 or even better 100/90-18 in any if these tyres. Both are tubeless. Wider tyre works so well on Shine, tested on my Honda Shine for 10 years.

    For front, MRF Zapper FQ or Ceat Secura Zoom F both in 80/100-18.
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    Default Re: Need Tyres suggestions for Honda Shine 125 tubeless

    "For front, MRF Zapper FQ or Ceat Secura Zoom F both in 80/100-18."
    That's actually a pretty good recommendation. It balances out the motorcycle nicely.

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    Default Re: Need Tyres suggestions for Honda Shine 125 tubeless

    Quote Originally Posted by Zapps View Post
    I've been through similar situation, you need a chunky rear tyre, like MRF Mogrip Meteor M 80/100 -18 or Ceat Gripp X3 80/100-18 or even better 100/90-18 in any if these tyres. Both are tubeless. Wider tyre works so well on Shine, tested on my Honda Shine for 10 years.

    For front, MRF Zapper FQ or Ceat Secura Zoom F both in 80/100-18.
    Got Ceat Gripp x3 80/100-18 for rear, for front they recommended that nylogrip will last little longer

    Initially looked for Meteor but not available in any MRF outlets I checked in Mysore

    Thank you for the directions

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    Default Re: Need Tyres suggestions for Honda Shine 125 tubeless

    Thanks for the answer and the explanations.

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