Question about 1987 Yamaha FZ 600
Excessive ware one one side of your tire could be a result of favoring right or left handed turns more then the other. I find my self favoring lefts so I have worn out more tires on the left side as well. But if the rear tire isn't warring the same then it could be some of the following. 1-Improper spacing of the front wheel - not sitting true in between the front tubes 2-Bad tire compound set loose on one side and wore uneven (happens a lot on china made tires) 3-front axle is bent 4-wheel B-rings are gone (will cause tire to track more on one side) 5-front tubes are bent. 6-Bent rim
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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