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Apr 26th 2016, 03:39 PM   #16
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  Jan 2016

  Peoples nerves at times.
Originally Posted by Redkat600
To throw a wrench into things, Shinko recommends a 6.25" rim width for their 200 series tire.

A 6" rim off a 1000cc bike is probably OK.

5.5" rim from a 600cc is probably questionable.

Otherwise, it is the same diameter as a 180/55 tire, only wider. Below is a link to the fitment chart, click the Sizes and Specs tab.

009 Raven | Shinko Tire USA
No wrench, bikes are like living creatures. Everyone brings some information to the table that adds or takes away something. You have to educate yourself on what you want to do with and to your bike. Engineers and designers have spent time working out specifics on what you should and should not do. People like Burt Monroe went out and said screw all that and did what he thought made sense (based on some solid education and Kentucky windage).

To say it again...FREE TIRES. You make the call or I send them to bike heaven on Thursday.

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