Just another ORF!
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Beaverton, Ontario, Canada
Model: 92 1500 Aspencade
I agree with Hawker.
Putting a new set of rubber on is going to make quite a bit of difference in the handling department.
I had but no choice to install a new K177 on my front(OEM tire) after my E3 was worn out on one of my cross country tours and I disliked the handling/ride of the K177,compared to the E3.
K177s were on the bike when I bought it and there was a big difference in the ride/handling between the 2 models of front tires. I feel the E3 is a superior tire with better grip and mileage.Not so much a big difference for the rears, although the rear K177 was quieter longer and gave good mileage. I feel that the rear E3 is a little more 'stickier', noisier andlonger wearing. JMO
1992 1500 Aspencade - 213,178 showing on the clock
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