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I have an 08 HD Road King Police that has an mt90-b16-mg72h tire on the front and an mt90-e16-mg74h on the rear. Can i go with the same size tire on the back as on the front, and will i be able to carry a passenger if i change tires?

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Hi John_delacer, take a ride over to your local dealers service department, I'm sure they will be happy to take your Harley Davidson for a test ride if necessary and offer professional advice and assistance concerning your issue. Have a nice day.

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SOURCE: Front end wobble

First thing to do is check front and rear tyre pressures. Next check for un-even wear of front tyre. Then check steering head bearings for correct tightness. Also check for bent front brake disks as one side bent can cause this. Check for worn wheel bearings also. Check engine mount rubbers as these can cause floating on bends if worn of loose. Basically check all chassis related items fully.

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is it rubbing all the time when you spin the wheel or is it as if the wheel is buckled? or could it be bearings in your wheel. (any side to side movement in it) if not then gotta be tire not seated correctly, you will see this though if you examine it along the rim on both sides, OR the shop put a tire on that was too wide, with either of these tire problems i suggest you go back to the shop that installed it, to re seat it you will have to remove the wheel and deflate tire fully, break the bead seal against the rim. then re-inflate carefully to seal it against the rim, give it a few bounses to help saeting correctly.

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SOURCE: I have a 2008 Road

the right tire that should be on your 2008 FLHR is a mu85b/16 dunlop that is a 140 wide the mt90 is 130 wide. the widest is a 150/16 it will be tight

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