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Hi bike feels like its pulling 1 side yet tyre p is fine, no what would b the best pipe 2 use as the 1 thats on there is original and old,

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    bulldogchief May 11, 2010

    Does your bike have spoked rims? If so, some or all of the spokes could be loose which will make it pull...also, check the rim to see if it is trued...



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Is this BMW new to you? Ever ride a Beemer before?

BMW's tend to feel like they are pulling to the left because to the way the engine is set in the motorcycle.

At least the two I have ridden did that and I was infored by the owners to expect it.

Yours may be a different problem, but consider this first.

Thanks for your interest in

Posted on Dec 11, 2009


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