Hi all I just recently purchased a 1970 Honda cb100. This is a great little bike I'm just having a hard time finding the rear tire it being 3.00 - 17 with the front tire at 2.5 - 18. My current CB has a real smooth street tire on the front and a semi knobby blocked tire on the back I really like that original look but the hard part is trying to find a manufacturer that makes both sizes. I don't like to mix manufacturers any thoughts on where to go? Thanks in advance. Also I should say I like staying stock I don't want to change the rear tire size.
The parts dept at my local Honda dealer has stacks of books with tires in them. I would assume your local dealer should have the same. You might have to look at Scooter tires, I had to buy a scooter tire for my Twinstar.
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