I pull my wn on the TC and take the to the dealer. Put new tubes in as well and I found motorcycle superstore best price and shipping at the time. Ensure when your getting tube you order correct stem offset or straight. Not sure about the cruiser but rear tire n the TC was same size as goldwings 1500 which is where I got 1 rear tire. Wing things or some site like that. Free shipping was a biggy.
Inspected my front bearings, not replaced and if you already got the front wheel off might think about servicing your forks if over 15k. Wouldn't have believed it made such a difference on it but it did. What weight oil you go back with is another topic. Lol
Rear tire is no biggie either BUT I wold brush up on figuring out alignment. It can be a pain but plenty of info here on it and tensioning. Ensure you inspect and/or retorque your front pulley nut. That's every 15k and if it loosens or jumps the back off plate it really blows causing premature wear on the splines or worse. I will say the new back off plates are a little better but my money is on the red loctite. Lol
Tires themselves, just like the oil threads. Your call. I'm getting 12-15k on rear and 15-20k on front by checking my pressures and I ride solo 95% of the time on highway.
Welcome and congrats. The new ride.
2011 White Vision - Nuvi 550, Lowers, Lloydz 2nd filter, Vic perf filter, CB/Icom, 96 Brake LED's, Clear Signal lens/Switchbacks, VIC Hwy Pegs, Stebel Horn, 7Jurock 15" Shield, PCV, Lloyd ATS and Variable intake, Ness honkers
2004 V92 TC - S1 flash, level 1 slip-on, Ness big sucker K&N, ISO Grips, 4x1.5 Highway Hawg Risers, extra chrome (never too much), JM 2k CB 4' antena, Mustang seat, HD Front TS & Lowers, OD Pulley
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