Just a question, but if the rim is widened wouldn't that put the rear pulley out of alignment thus causing you to compensate the front pulley. Which I guess doesn't make the rim run out center. But then I run into the problem of how does my 240 rim (Rick's) run out of center, but if you take the oem rim and widen it to a 240 it stays in center. I am seriously puzzled. :hmm:FastVRSCA said:speed point will widen the stock rim to run a wider tire that runs center.
jcolodny said:Mustrick....You will get better handling with the Metz 200 than with the Avon 210. I looked at both and went with the 200. The Avon is made for a rim about 3/4 inch wider than the V-rod (however it will fit). The saddlebag supports are the metal tabs that extend down when you look at it with the outer fender off. I also had do some trimming on the belt guards (but others didn't).
If you do end up going with the Metz 200, here's a link to the cheapest price I found.mustrick said:Thanks, I was planning on going with the metz 200 but when it comes to tires bigger usually looks better.