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I have a Suzuki C109rt 2008 with only 6000 miles on it. The tires are worn out on one side, right side front and back siding in front of the bike. I have talked to two other people that has the same kind of bike and they have same problem. Does anyone have a fix for this?

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Probable cause is the roads where you drive and the slope of them

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