my stockers pulled hard right[/b]
cheapie tires = cheap production, production tolerances loosely ''followed''I could see uneven inflation having an effect if one tire is low.
Don't understand how a tire design could do it?[/b]
ArcticMonster that was my exact thinking as well. On most roads there is a 2-3% grade to each lane (3% on the new 4 lane in NB and very noticeable when crossing the lanes) and given the weak sidewalls of the stock tires it causes the tire to squat more and run smaller, causing the pull.BORAT, I believe it's because riding on the shoulder, you aren't LEVEL anymore. Not on the side streets where I come from. So with the cushy stock tires, if you are leaning to the side any degree, it will tend to try to go to that side, because tires can't hold all the weight of the machine. atvtom1 did say riding the shoulder. Pump them up or get a stiffer sidewall tire.[/b]