Last Friday I had a Harley D407 Rear tire and Elite 3 installed and balanced on my 2008 Vegas at the Victory dealer about an hour from my house. Paid $167.00 plus tax for the front tire plus $34.00 to remove front tire with mount and balance included since I bought the tire from them. Rear Harley D407 was $34.00 to remove from bike and $50.00 more for mount and balance since I did not buy the tire from them. Also had state inspection done $12.50 and a voltage regulator installed for $195.00 plus tax. Spent $509.00 at the dealer. Not a big deal just wanted bike ready for spring. Tech did all the work in one hour and 15 minutes including a test ride. He has worked on my bike before and he is quick. Gave the tech a tip and thanked him. On the way home 55 mph tops as it was cold thought I felt a strange vibration. Next day took it out and felt this same new vibration. Called the dealer and asked what they thought about Dyna Beads and or Ride On. Dealer said they don't use them and also said if I used a product like ride on they charge an automatic $20.00 more per tire change. Took bike out today and got up to 75mph and problem is more pronounced. Noticed rear tire green dot is about 18 inches away from valve stem. Two ounces of weight exactly where dot is. One ounce on front tire green dot 1 to 2 inches from valve stem. No weights on wheels from factory and never had a vibration before. Olds tires wore evenly with no scalloping. So I called Dealer back and said there was a definite issue with the bike and vibration. We talked. I am bringing it in tomorrow morning for the tech to ride it again. Dealer said if it was the front wheel it shouldn't be a problem he could rebalance it. Told him I believed it was the rear tire because of reasons stated above and vibration is more in the seat and less in the bars. Dealer said they would determine how bad it was but if it was the rear tire it takes a lot of time and we would have to discuss it. Remember tech spent a total of one hour and fifteen minutes total on bike the first time. I know because I got to dealer at 10 AM and my credit card receipt after being billed out says 11:18 AM. Dealer in the past has been a good Dealer and hope I feel the same way after tomorrow. I realize I did not buy the rear tire from them but I paid $84.00 to have it removed from bike mounted and balanced so if it is wrong as I believe it is I don't feel as though I should have to pay more to have it done properly. I will keep you posted after my trip to the Dealer tomorrow. What do you think?