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This is a discussion on tire position within the Suzuki forums, part of the Manufacturers category; Greetings, hope someone can help. There is a 1994 Suzuki GN125 ER I am interested in. I started checking on ...


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Old 07-22-2012   #1
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Greetings, hope someone can help. There is a 1994 Suzuki GN125 ER I am interested in. I started checking on tires and found 1 manufacturer that makes the rear tire size for it but it is listed as a front tire. Have found no other tires this size. Is it OK to use a tire listed as a front on the rear? May be dumb question but I have never come across something like this before. It is a light bike so I'm thinking it would be OK but I guess I am ignorant. PLEASE, someone tell me something about this. Thanks very much !
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Hello, I understand your concern. Tread pattern is usually different from front to rear as they perform different functions. If the tread pattern is the same, go for it.
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