Just to clarify, the blanket statement by Joe RC51 above does not apply to all tires.And remember to mount the tire backwards.
I've never seen a 160 front.Just to clarify, the blanket statement by Joe RC51 above does apply to all tires.
You may want to mount a 160 that was manufacture as a "REAR" tire backwards, if you are using it as a front tire.
However there are some 160 tires that are manufactured as true front tires, which would be mounted and run in the true/correct rotation as specified on the tire by the manufacture, which you would not want/need to flip them around backwards.
Glad you quoted me because I noticed I neglected to put the word "Not" when saying your statement does not apply to all tires. (I corrected that in my original post so it does not cause confusion to anyone reading this in the future)I've never seen a 160 front.