I've run a 225-40, 225-45 and currently have a 215-45. If you want the fat tire look, go with a 225. But a 215 will give you much better performance in the handling department. I am running a Kumho Ecsta ps31.
Momma always said, "if you can't something nice don't say nothin' at all". Too each his own, but I'll stick to my 240 motorcycle tire that was designed specifically for the dynamics associated with two wheels. Just my 2¢ worth.
People on this forum are actually pretty polite. They generally don't say anything at all when they don't have something constructive to contribute. It's not going to do anyone any good to comment on something that they know nothing about and/or have any interest in.
I am adding fork lights and new led fronts. I saw the awesome write up on changing the relay. Sounded easy enough, got it all done per instructions and still hyper flashing? Changed terminals ( and a few fuses :)) nothing. So I changed the relay and did the same again. I'm still hyperflashing...
I have a 2012 Stryker. Was riding for roughly 15-20 mins in 20 Celsius or 70-75 Fahrenheit weather and my fan kicked on roughly half way through the ride. Wondering if this is normal for most people or if I should be looking into replacing the coolant?
Does anyone have any tricks or ways to...
i'm looking at getting a 40 or 50 spoke 23x3.5 wheel, will any rim fit on the bike? as long as it is 3.5 inches wide? not sure what to look out for, i know the avon wheel seems to be the best bet since it's a little smaller compared to the other tires.
Is there any way to raise the seat of the Stryker? Having long legs, I feel that the bike is a little to low for me. Can the spring suspension be adjusted to raise the rear section higher?
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