CHOOSE THE RIGHT TYRES
When you choose new motorcycle tyres, make sure they are right for your motorcycle. Double check the size and intended usage and make sure you have made the right selection. Refer to "QUICK REFERENCE OF TYRE APPLICATION".
TRIAD recommends you to permit only specially trained persons to mount your tyres. Improper mounting can damage the tyre and your motorcycle, and could cause serious injury. Only mount front tyres on the front and rear tyres on the rear of your motorcycle. Never mount anything other than motorcycle tyres on motorcycle wheels. Whenever possible, match front/rear tyres for maximum performance and handling. A new tube (if required) and rim band should also be installed at this time. After proper tyre selection, prepare the rim for mounting and clean and lubricate the tyre bead. If you are mounting a directional tyres, mount in the direction of the arrow. Seat the bead by inflating to half pressure. Rotate tyre to make sure that the tyre is seated properly. If not, remove the tyre and re-mount. We do not recommend the use of rubber "Doughnuts" to help bead seating. If the tyre has a tube, deflate, then re-inflate the tube after the bead has seated to eliminate wrinkles and folds. Inflate to recommended pressure and re-inspect for correct seating and alignment. Check pressure at regular intervals and keep tyre properly inflated. DO NOT exceed recommended pressure. (found on the sidewall)
TUBE OR TUBELESS
Fitting of tyres to a motorcycle should be in accordance with what is written in the owner's manual.
We recommend a break-in period of 100-150 miles before subjecting the tyre to maximum power and use.
Continuously inspect your tyres for proper wear. Tyres with only 1/32" of tread left (about 0.8mm) are worn beyond safe tolerance and should be replaced as soon as possible. Keep tread clean by brushing out rocks, gravel, dirt, etc. whenever possible.
If you have to store your motorcycle set of tyres for an extended period, store in a cool, dark place. Light and heat will cause tyres to degrade more rapidly. Never allow oil or gasoline to contaminate your tyre; wipe off any spills quickly and completely.
Small tread area punctures can repaired in a qualified tyre repair shop or motorcycle shops. The repairer is solely responsible for the repair and giving any instructions to the repaired- tyre user. TRIAD does not recommend the repair of tube-type motorcycle tyre and also tube. Tubeless tyres can not be repaired in any of the following situations
- A puncture in the sidewall.
- Separation of any components.(Tread, plies etc.)
- The size of puncture is larger than 1/4 inch.
- Damage of ply cord.- Damage of bead.