200 Rear Tire?

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200 Rear Tire?

Postby SD_GTS » Fri Nov 21, 2008 12:38 am

Has anyone experimented with a 200 rear tire? Will it fit our bike without rubbing? Just wanted to know before I go out and buy one.

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Postby Bill » Fri Nov 21, 2008 1:10 pm

forget about it; common to do a 180, or some brands of 185 or 190...maybe...

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Re: 200 Rear Tire?

Postby 24c » Fri Nov 21, 2008 6:12 pm

SD_GTS wrote:Has anyone experimented with a 200 rear tire?

I ran a 190/50 Pirelli Corsa Diablo 3 on the rear, but it was a pig to get the bead on according to the tyre fitter...

Don't know why you're fitting a 200, a 180/55 was an improvement over the 170/60, but the 190/50 doesn't feel any better than the 180, but then I could be getting used to it. Should really do a back to back, as I've slept a few winks since this set up.

PS What make is the 200? Maxxis? :twisted: :wink:
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Postby SD_GTS » Tue Nov 25, 2008 10:03 pm

Thanks for the responses. Several companies make the 200 tire. I guess I'll just play it safe and get a 180. :cry:

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Postby Chris Pinard » Sat Sep 03, 2011 8:11 am

Forget the 200 rear tyre,it will make the bike handle like a pig. Stay with a 180 if you want the bike to go round corners well!!

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Postby Trev » Sat Sep 03, 2011 1:20 pm

Chris Pinard wrote:Forget the 200 rear tyre,it will make the bike handle like a pig. Stay with a 180 if you want the bike to go round corners well!!


I guess the spammer made u reply on a 3 year old question.

Aniway, i somehow understand why he wants the 200...
USA guys are used to shppers and they have loads of straight roads hehe.

On my view i prefer the 180 to the 190, 190 stars to be to big to do mountain roads, i hate to do highways, and from turn the 300kg GTs from side to side, i dont want it to be "too heavy".

I know my english suckd, but hope u get the idea :)
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Postby Ambrosse » Wed Jul 24, 2013 4:55 am

This is the second rear ME880 on my Triumph 1600 Thunderbird, ran the first 7500 miles over straight line riding. Completely satisfied in all aspects. I will watch the pressure better on this one.


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