Need new tires...please help!

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  1. RedVsBlue

    RedVsBlue Penguins > *

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    I have a 2002 Honda CBR600F4i.

    I got it a few summers back and it is in DESPERATE need of a new back tire. The problem is, there are no places around my area that sell tires so I am forced to buy off the net. I have NO idea what I need...i dont know size, i dont know brand..i dont know shit! I just want to be able to buy a new tire! If anyone could help me out and point me to a good all weather rear tire that will fit my stock rims on my bike, that would be GREATLY appreciated.
     
  2. s a x m a n

    s a x m a n New Member

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    never mix brands of tires ... get the same thing you have on the front
     
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    TL1000RSquid ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    Stock size would be 180/55 if your not changing the front stick with the same brand, if your swapping out both then you can switch brands, I think the F4i's came stock with either dunlop 208's or michelin pilots? If you end up switching both tires I've been pretty happy with Pirelli Diablo's stick good in the dry, corner good, and their pretty good in rain too.
     
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    www.tiresexpress.com always has good prices and fast shipping.

    i rec. the mich. pilot powers. i love those tires.
     
  5. SybariteGator

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    what he said
     
  6. BeachBoy

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    I'd change both, 2002.. front tire must be dry.

    put some pilot powers on, you can get them anywhere.. ronayers.com for example (it's on the east coast)
     

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