I've made this mistake and had to return...do make sure that your bike uses a 60 series front since most bikes have been using the 70 series front for some time.
Depends on what bike you have, but I think 60 and 70 series are fairly similar sizes and should be interchangeable as long as it clears your fender..
I have a Suzuki SV650.
Stock size is 120/60, which is what I use. My bike is for commuting and I've never had any problems running a 60.
Some people on the forums recommend running a 120/70 for a faster turn in. I think the theory behind this is the 70 tire has more of a bulge in the middle and makes the bike tip quicker.
Good find. I was in need of a new front tire. I was going to put on a Michelin Pilot Road, but I'll go with this as it's $50 cheaper and the ratings are great.
Mixing and matching? Why not? It's trial and error as different combinations will ride a little differently. I've got an old Dunlop front tire on now and a much fresher Michelin Pilot Road in the rear. There's not doubt the rear is much stickier than the front since the rears will wear out significantly faster than the fronts.
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