Re: New Member from Michigan
Welcome from Sugar Hill, GA
As you attempt to make the ride softer, just don't let air out of the rear tire to try and accomplish that. She is heavy with a stiff suspension and stiffer tires. The general consensus is 42 front/48 rear. The rear has reinforced sidewalls and someone recently posted he was running with 35 in the rear in Fla so not so much on the tar snakes but center burning to and from work daily. Strangely the center of his tire was good but the sides were down to the steel belts. The low pressure is all we can think of to account for that.
Sugar Hill, GA
2001 K1200LTI – Champagne (current ride) Lazy Susan
1998 R1100RT – Never should have sold it
1974 Yamaha TX 750 Twin. Omni Phase Balanced