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Every tire i put on it evetualy has side checking

Every tire i put on it eventualy has side checking and cornering is a nightmare also when i stop fast the back end hops - shock is good - tire pressure is good could it be swing arm bushings or what

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The mechanic should be checking you side bushing . if the shock is fine then try to check the bushing it could be the problem.

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