Will these tires fit?

edmond

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Hello,

Just wanting to double check if these new tires: https://www.ebay.com/itm/183071313561
IRC GS-11 Tire Set Tire Size - Load/Speed Rating Front Tire - 19"- 54H Rear Tire - 18" - 64H

Will fit my existing rims?

Here are the tires on my bike now.

Front:
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Rear:
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Thanks a lot!
 

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Thanks, I appreciate it! These are tubeless, so they work without a tube for my rims? Or will I have to run a tube with them?
 

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If you have spokes, you need a tube. The air would all leak out the spoke holes, lol. For your mag, you'll need to check it. If it can be run without a tube, it will be stamped "Suitable For Tubeless Tires" in one of the "spokes". The early ones weren't .....

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Thanks very much! That makes sense. No such marking on my front rim. I’ll get tubes to go with those that were recommended…
 

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I've narrowed down to Shinko 712 vs Dunlop D404, I am leaning towards the Dunlops. Mind if I ask for someone to double check my tube/tire compatibility? Just want to get it right the first time.
 

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I just bought some IRC gs tires. They look great mounted. Like the look much more than 712s. period correct.

Might not perform as well, but an old bike doesn’t really perform all that well to begin with.

Paid 90 for the rear and 81 for the front on Amazon.

I wouldn’t buy anything from 4into1 simply on principle. But they are a rip for tires.
 
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