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this may because of alligment problem. the specification of rear and front tyre diifers a lot then this problem may occur. you can allign you wheel in nearest work shops.

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Check first your tyre pressures are correct. Check tyres are fitted facing the right way round, they normally have arrows showing direction of travel. Did you buy the bike like this or what was done prior to this happening?
Also check wheel spindle bolts on front and rear wheels are correctly tightened. Also check tyres for ballooning(bulges) and any other damage. Also check the tyres are seated on the rim correctly.
This is VERY SERIOUS, DO NOT RIDE the bike without resolving this as it may throw you and your passenger off the bike!!!! If you dont find the problem get professional advice ASAP. Good Luck

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I had a new tire put on the rear now i have a noise on left side of bike if the tire was not put on proper would it cause this?It is there with motor off bike in nutural rolling down a hill please help ...

If it has only started doing it with that tyre, then it is possible that that tyre is not compatible with your bike. Sounds silly, I know. But bikes are strange animals, and some tyres will create speed wobbles and vibrations and when you change them over to another brand it all goes away. Take it back to the people who fitted the tyre and have them check it out. If they find nothing ask them to fit another brand of tyre to see it that cures the problem.

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I have new Accent Excutive car, i just notiec that my car tyer type is Bridgestone S322 . My Question is its a Tube less tyre ? My car has all company fited tryes one of them show 175/170 R 13-...

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I need new tyres but dont know where to buy from.

You can buy them from any bike shop that sells bike tyres for children's bikes. They tend to be the 12 inch kind. I know that Halfords for sure sells them and will install them for you for £5 or so.

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My KTM Duke 690 spun out on me while going no more

Hi Kathy,
Sorry to hear you have had a drama. It is often travelling at low speeds where you may experience problems like this, and come off the bike.
Things to look out for here are loose gravel or sand on the roadway where the problem occurred. This will make the tyres slid out from under you.
If the bike is brand new, another thing to look out for is products like tyre shine that may have been applied to the tyres whilst the bike may have been in the show room. Also new tyres have a wax coating that reduce levels of traction when brand new. you may have dipped a peg on the ground that could have levered the bike over on you also.
Hope this has helped you understand a little what has happened, perhaps get a biker mate, or bikeshop to check it out for you before you go riding again to be sure that there are no contaminants on the rubber surfaces of the tyres.
Happy to answer any questions you may have.
regards robotek

Jan 19, 2010 | 2008 KTM Duke 690

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My bike is has just done over 4000 miles and due a service. however, i am getting a slight wobble from the front and rear wheels. what could be causing this?

what tyres are you running ? do you do lots of commuter miles or is the bike used for fun ? id hazard a guess that the tyres ae past there best and either stepped or feathered ,run your hand across the tyre from side to side is there a flat spot ? or does it feel like it is stepped if you start at the centre of the tread and run your hand to the side of the tyre .. a new set of tyres should have your bike back and handling at its best , you will be amazed what a difference it will make .
hope this is of help
kind regards

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