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Uneven tyre wear

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  • Drac
    Drac
    6 years ago
    Is that the wife side saddle?
  • oneball
    oneball
    6 years ago

    Hi all...Always the smartass hey Pauly,Try and take your tunnel vision glasses off and look into what im saying,Thinkaboutit instead of being such a smart ass.

    I get huge fat spots on the right hand side of my front tires.Its way too far up to be the road camber alone if at all.

  • oneball
    oneball
    6 years ago
    Hi all...Pauly,I didn't say cabs wear the right side of there tires.

    When rideing in towns and cities your normal left and right turn are short radius turns.

    Double laned roads that turn right onto double laned roads have a larger turning radius than a left double lane turn,because left you have to always stay on the inside lane.Right you can use both.

    Roundabouts are larger radius,so it means longer distance travelled.I know I ride faster around roundabouts than a typical left and right turn in the town or city.

    Once out of town everything is equal except for road camber.

    My tires are always balanced and pressures checked.Tires are too expensive and don't last very long to fuck them up with poor tire pressure and no balance.
  • Bonkerz
    Bonkerz
    6 years ago
    This condition is one more thing we can blame on the nany state. Once upon a time road camber wear was balanced by the gentle art of doughnuts/circle work.
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