left if your sitting on the bike i believe is more worn.......??????? my dad sugested changing fork oil... so its normal just put my new tire on and it should be ok? when i put my rear tiire on front looked fine then all of a sudden my front was worn out on left side????I would bet that it is wearing more on the left side than the right.
There are a number of old threads on here about it. Actually it's normal wear. based on road crowning and a few other factors.
I have heard slope of the road being attributed to the front tire wearing on the left side. I could buy that if the rear tire wore the same way.....I mean why would the front wear that way and not the rear as well?All roads have to drain and they are not pored flat so all the time the bike wheel is never st a 90 degree with the road.
Take your car and let go of the wheel ant it will always drift to the right unless you are in the left lane and then it will drifted to the left.
You naturally will compensate for this when riding and that is why the front wheel wears on the left side. Now if you were riding in a country that drives on the oposit side the wheel will wear on the right side. This only makes common sense.
The only other thing that can cause the wheel to wear wrong is if the top of the tree is not sticking up threw equally ( one side of mine was off 1/8 of an inch until I corrected it. If it is off at the top it will definitely be off at the bottom. This is my theory and I'm sticking to it.
LOL. This is the exact question why the crown excuse does not work. As said, there are theories but none proven and none totally credible.I have heard slope of the road being attributed to the front tire wearing on the left side. I could buy that if the rear tire wore the same way.....I mean why would the front wear that way and not the rear as well?