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Tire wearing out on one side on the Suzuki c109rt front an back right side siding in front of motorcycle ?

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If you take a long trip ,like driving across South Dakota on I90 and there is a crosswind, you will drive 400 miles with the bike leaning at an angle. If your tires are soft you will see wear off center of the tread. If you are lucky enough to drive back with the crosswind blowing from the same direction as before ( for example from the north both times) then you will wear out the other side so the tire shape is more even.

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Did you ever see the statements in the tire dealer shops stating a specific tire model will last approx. 50-75,000 miles/
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