How often should Goldwing tires be rotated?
What makes you think that will work? I just rotate my tires forward when I drive forward, and backwards when I back up. My tires rotate freely, 28,000 miles worth. I generally rotate my tires only on the weekend when the weather is nice. Is your bike any different?Good question, go ahead and put that back tire on the front and let us know how that works out. :shock::joke:
I read somewhere on this board that if you inflate your tires with Nitrous Oxide (N2O) you will have a funny ride. Is there any truth to that?Great question. However, the tires do not need to be rotated but the air should be changed every year. Helps in the removal of the moisture build up.
Hope this helps.
Nah, just less un-sprung weight if you fill 'em up with Nitrous. :joke:I read somewhere on this board that if you inflate your tires with Nitrous Oxide (N2O) you will have a funny ride. Is there any truth to that?
Dennis, do you put the used H7s on the Classified forum?:joke:In Florida...
I rotate them every fall.
I put the near worn out ones on for winter riding here (Florida).
You really don't need much tire for Florida roads,
you just need to keep the rims from touching the pavement.
In the spring,
I put the "good" ones back on for summer LD riding.
Heck, I'm getting so cheap I rotate the H7 bulbs.
.. I put the Ultra's and Extreme's in for the summer LD riding
and the cheap old auto parts H7's in for winter lunch run "rides" in Florida.
We really like to talk about riding all winter here in Florida..
.. it gets all you snow bound grumpies all worked up and that's always fun.
Hey!.. I haven't but that's not a bad idea.:yes1:Dennis, do you put the used H7s on the Classified forum?:joke: