Join Date: Aug 2019
Location: Nova Scotia and Slovakia
Might be a good idea to check your rear wheel alignment, too. If it is toed to the left from an inaccurate chain adjustment you could see more wear on the right side of the tire.
Going up a couple of lbs on the front can help the tire last longer by slowing down the cupping of the tire. I always set the rear at 40ish (like the 2-up recommendation) even though I never ride 2-up. I usually have some weight in the bags.
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Here - 2002 V-Strom DL1000, 1999 Triumph Trophy 900, 2003 Maxima SE 6-Speed, 1997 Silverado K2500 - 454
Slovakia - 2004 Rover 75 CDT Tourer w/ Tuning Box
Past - 1977 Honda 400/4 Supersport, 1982 Honda CB900 Custom, 1984 Honda V65 Sabre (TWICE), 1996 Kawi GPz1100, 1990 Honda VFR750F