Originally Posted by Scott Titensor
Not trying to be argumentative; if most agree that the left drift goes away with new tires, these would be tires without any wear pattern, the bike rides straight, true. It just makes sense that the bike would continue to drift if the problem was alignment. Once the tires have miles and a wear pattern, the drift returns? Does this not point to the bike following the tires wear pattern??
Seems ligical to me.
Regarding BMW buying back a bike. Manufacturers sometimes decide that its cheaper to buy back a vehicle than fight in court. Especially with jurors in America and their anti business orientation.
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I'm not sure if I'm saying the same thing here:. If the bike has an alignment issue, the bike will feel pretty good when the tires are new, but after some miles, the tire will wear unevenly based on the misalignment, thus accentuating the left pull.
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2017 Triumph Bonneville T120