Triumph Thunderbird Tyres

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The Triumph Thunderbird wears a 120/70 R19 tyre at the front and a 200/50 R17 tyre at the rear.At Rs. , the Torando 3 is the cheapest front tyre available for the Thunderbird,while the Torando 3, which retails at Rs. is the most expensive front tyre available for the Thunderbird.Priced at Rs. 21200, the DIABLO ROSSO II is the most affordable rear tyre for the Thunderbird.The DIABLO ROSSO II at Rs. 21200 is the costliest rear tyre for the Thunderbird.

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  • tsering norbu bhutia asked 17 Jan 2019 12:05:29
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    What is the recommended tyre pressure for Thunderbird 350cc
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    Hi Tsering Norbu, Recommended tyre pressure for Thunderbird 350 is : Front- 20 psi, Rear- 30 psi If you live in a region with low temperature, like mountains etc., then you should go with 22 for front and 32 for rear. This is because tyres tend to lose air pressure relatively easily in colder climate. Ride safe! Regards, Ramit

    Answered 17 Jan 2019 12:05:29
  • vishal naik asked 08 Nov 2017 11:30:55
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    How do I figure the correct Tyre pressure. I ride a TB 500.
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    Hi Vishal, Optimum tyre pressure for front tyres of TB 500 would be 20-22 psi and for the rear ones would be 30-32 psi. I suggest that you download an Owner's Manual from Royal Enfield website for your TB500.   If you ride solo then go for 20 psi for front tyres and 30 psi for the ones at rear. Regards, Ramit

    Answered 08 Nov 2017 11:30:55
  • yogesh panchal asked 27 Dec 2019 09:02:19
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    need to replace both the tyres for triumph t100 bonneville whats your suggestion model 2018
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    The Triumph Bonneville T100 is shod with 100/90 - 18 (front) and 150/70 R17 (rear) tyre sizes. For the front, you can choose from Pirelli Sport Demon, Metzeler ME 880, etc., while for the rear you can pick from Metzeler Tourance Next, Pirelli Scorpion Trail II, etc.

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