That's another reason I left it the way it was. There is no real torque on the front tire but there will be water on it for sure.cstraube said:Jack (HogV8),
The one thing I noticed when mounting it in reverse direction as Jack (Hawk88) related in his post is that the tread design now moves out to in. My concern is that I recall most tread groves move in to out (from center) to move the water away from the center of the tire. Mine does the oposite now when mounted in reverse rotation. I'm not sure if it is a factor but caused me to wonder if when riding in the rain I've increased the likelihood of hydroplaning. I'm a fair weather rider anyway but occasionally get caught by a surprise thunderstorm.
PS Too many "Jacks"