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so when i get my new bike i have a few minor things that are needed to be changed. first off the tires i find are extremly thin. is there anything i can do about this? also. chain is rusty. it still works fine but considering some of the longer journeys im gnna be doing should i replace it? its only 15 quid but i dont really want it hurting me or the bike in a freak* crash.

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so when i get my new bike i have a few minor things that are needed to be changed. first off the tires i find are extremly thin. is there anything i can do about this? also. chain is rusty. it still works fine but considering some of the longer journeys im gnna be doing should i replace it? its only 15 quid but i dont really want it hurting me or the bike in a freak* crash.

tyres as long as they have tread and are correctly inflated will be fine for the bike, i've ridden a 650 on tyres smaller than the front tyre on my GSX...


the Chain, if you can stretch to a new one, do it, and keep it lubed, for £15 it'll save cleaning it to find its tight in places and past its useful life..


if the chain breaks at speed, well i think you get the picture......

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