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That probably wouldn't fit on the bike after you get the tire mounted. The 1200 does not have a lot of clearance. I am not sure which tire would work for you. I can see if I can find a solution and get back to you.
Hi Larry. im new to this and have a 1985 honda goldwing GL1200 Interstate and would like to put a CT on the rear but i dont know what size to use. the one on it is 150/90-15 MC tire. i tried a 195/65 r15 but i cant get it to bead on the rim with 60 lbs of air preasure. any help would be appreated.
On my Mom's side of the war, both her father and her oldest brother died as soldiers on the German side. They were both conscripted into service towards the end of the war and were sent in as sacrifices in the fall of Berlin. They both were motorcycle / side car operators and were killed by the advancing Russians. They were not stationed in the same unit, but they were both in Berlin at the end.
My Dad's brother, uncle Archie Lee was an Army pilot during WW2. My dad's other brother, Navis Lee was in the infantry and he got shot up and was 100% disabled, but lived till old age. My father is Alois M. Lee, he was a member of the 101st Airbore and with the 506th in the Battle of the Bulge. His last war duty was at Hitler's nest. When the war was over, the 101st Airborne was disbanded and some went home and my dad volunteered to stay and went to the 3rd Infantry Division in Wurzburg Germany. That is where he met and married my Mom. Her wedding dress was made out of my dad's silk parachute.
My father was again stationed in Wurzburg Germany in 1967-1970 and I went to my 9-11 grades in the American High School in Wurzburg. When we came back from Germany in 1970 my father put in for retirement and retired in Jan. 71 as a Sarg. Major.