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triumphst

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triumphst says:

reducing speed getting violent front end wobble

After putting new maxxis tyres on when i shut off i get massive handle bar shake. Its really bad at around 39 mph.No problems when accelerating only when slowing down any ideas please.I've changed the chain and sprockets as i did have aleast 3 "dry links" from winter riding,i didn't have any problems with the mmichelin pilot 2's.

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

tyres

Welcome t, you`ve answered your own question,find out what`s gone wrong since putting on new tyres.You can do a visual check on the lips on both sides of the tyres about 5mm from the rim edge full circle.

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

You or someone else?

Did you fit them or did someone else?


If someone else, take it back before you get dead.

Could be not balanced right or, rarely, the tyre could be dodgy.

If they say the balance is fine and the fitting is fine, ask for another set of the same tyre - it's very rare for manufacturing defects to occur but they can do this and the manufacturers will want to know about it.

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