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Stan Timmerman

rear tire on 1500

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Stan Timmerman

Hello everyone, I'm new to this group and this site so bear with me if I ask or do something crazy.  I have a 96 Goldwing SE that I have triked out with a wheels forward configuration.  I needed a new rear tire, so I purchased a Austone tire {with a tube}. After mounting, the tire is rubbing somewhere. I noticed on one of the topics that someone mentioned that you may have to modify something a little bit to alleviate this problem, Can anyone help me out with this? Thanks!

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Bluthundr31

WELCOME ABOARD!!!

 

Others are more knowledgeable than me, especially the ones riding on CT's on the rear, , but my thought was, How much air pressure did you put in that Austone??  You might remedy the rub with more air.  

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Galaxyhunter

The Austone can / will rub on the lower front plastic fender.  Most people normally wire tie it up.  I just removed that part of the fender.

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