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The first number is the diameter of the tire, the second number is the width and the third number is the rim size. Unless you buy new rims the third number has to be 9 - other than that I would not use anything wider than 14 or narrower than 10 and the diameter could be anything from an 18 up to a 30

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Wheel or tire size depends on your motorcycle. There are some which require specific sizes of wheels or tires. Another thing that matters is compatibility. You need to check on how compatible the tires/wheels are with your motorbike brand. This should take care of the future of your wheels and tires after a significant period of use since some also tend to lose their fitting...
 

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Wheel or tire size depends on your motorcycle. There are some which require specific sizes of wheels or tires. Another thing that matters is compatibility. You need to check on how compatible the tires/wheels are with your motorbike brand. This should take care of the future of your wheels and tires after a significant period of use since some also tend to lose their fitting...
 

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Honestly I don't see any problem when using smaller tire, just make sure the size is less than 1 inch at most. You will not notice any difference in the handling but in acceleration may be by 1%.
 
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