Replacement Sidecar Tire
Fettauffen
Posted 11/2/2009 11:43 PM (#47210)
Subject: Replacement Sidecar Tire



For those who run a 145SR13 tire on thier sidecar and need a replacement,these tires are hard to find....A more updated number for these tires are
145/80-13 and are a little bit easier to find......same size,newer designation.... just got a new Yokahama car tire for 50 bucks shipped.....DOT code is recent and tire is soft and new with label.....
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Bigbikerrick
Posted 11/4/2009 9:47 PM (#47274 - in reply to #47210)
Subject: Re: Replacement Sidecar Tire


Posts: 58
Location: Sunny southern Arizona
Thanks Bro, just what I was looking for, I put the larger size tire on my Cali F2, and its a little too tall, I wonder how much difference in height the 145 is than the 155?? Rick.
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Hack'n
Posted 11/4/2009 11:28 PM (#47279 - in reply to #47274)
Subject: Re: Replacement Sidecar Tire



Posts: 4833
Location: Boise, Idaho
If your tire clears everything the larger size will just last a bit longer. The difference in heigth can be taken care of by readjusting the sidecar mounts back to level.

Lonnie
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crawf
Posted 11/20/2009 12:52 AM (#47582 - in reply to #47279)
Subject: Re: Replacement Sidecar Tire



Posts: 344
Location: smithville ontario canada
my cali 1 runs a 155/60/13,..155 is the width,..60 is the rim/height profile difference,.. and 13 is the rim diameter,..a 155 will offer 1/2 inch wider tread pattern to the road, backspacing may be required for extra wide pattern,....good luck, crawf.
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