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    Default Re: Tyres

    Quote Originally Posted by Gollum View Post
    Is there a way to Just cut open the old tyre? Like drill the crap out of it to save the rim.
    I have seen tyre installation via a machine which looks very neat and does no damage to the rim (paint). But not sure if the same machine can remove a tyre from a rim.
    Though the machine will try do it without any scratches, eventually there will be a few scratches. If you're lucky you escape without any. It also depends on the way the tire installation guy does it.

    Ripping the tire apart, is a cumbersome job than actually removing the tire itself.

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    Default Re: Tyres

    Posted this on FZ25 thread, reposting it here since it's related to tyres.

    Hi,
    After 2.5 years and about 17.5K KMs on stock tyres, I am looking to change my tyres. Main reason is that the bike is not stable under hard braking. My usage is strictly commuting with one or two long distance ride (~500KM round trip) a year. I am not looking to upgrade the tyres as I feed the stock size is adequate for the power on offer.
    If budget is not a concern and if I expect at least 15K mileage out the pair,
    1. What are my options if I am going for stock size?
    2. Is it advisable to downgrade the rear?
    3. Post changing the tyres, anything else that I would need to perform
    4. And finally, any suggestions for a shop around Salt Lake area in Kolkata would be helpful

    Thank you for your help.

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