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I wasn't sure where to post this so I also posted this in the Suzuki riders area. I now have over 3200 miles on the CT and have had no problems with it. It still takes a little extra push to get the bike to lean over, but then most (80%) of my riding
Newbie to the site and first post. I have searched for any info for a CT on a VS800 and couldn't find much. Any recommendations for tire size? Thanks in advance. Looking forward to be riding on the Darkside...
I now have over 3200 miles on the CT and have had no problems with it. It still takes a little extra push to get the bike to lean over, but then most (80%) of my riding is straight interstate riding so it doesn't bother me any. The bumps on the interstate