Which I guess will void your insurance if you knowingly sought one out and installed it. At the minimum, I'd imagine it would nullify your health benefits portion of your policy and probably your public liability.The problem with trying to get that tire here is that it is likely not DOT certified for use on US highways. Doesn't mean it is a bad tire, just that they have likely not sent it through the certification process. If it doesn't have a DOT identification number it would not be legal for use on US roads.
Not sure what the rules on tire certification would be in Canada.Which I guess will void your insurance if you knowingly sought one out and installed it. At the minimum, I'd imagine it would nullify your health benefits portion of your policy and probably your public liability.
However, there's no reason I'm aware of that such a tire would be refused entry. It might be purchased for use on a private golf course.
Which brings up another point. If we can get a size compatible tire for our 400's then we still face the problem of making sure we have a compatible tire on the front to our new found rear.
Kuhmo lists a 135/80-r13 in their current online product listing, I don't know if it would work and I don't know if NA distributors have easy access to it.New here, just got my first scooter after a long line of shifter bikes.
The 135/70r13 car tire is available in Europe and I think Asia. Googling, it looks like it will fit our pre-'07 400's.
Has anyone used one or know how to get one in the USA?