Retired Guy· Registered
Check to see that the tire is properly seated at the bead all the way around, on both sides. A tire mounted at a dealership is no guarantee the tire is properly mounted on the wheel. A friend of mine had new tires mounted on his Softail. He came over and was telling me how he could feel something wasn't right. We discovered the rear tire was not properly seated at the bead. The dealer fixed at no cost when the error was pointed out to them.