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Help, front tire rotation??

Ok changing my front tires, The tires are Dunlop KT371 and the rotation arrow is pointing so the V goes backwards?? Just doesn't look right to me, so do I go with the arrow direction or mount with the V facing forward?
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Those tires look like a step backwards from the oem tires! I would go with the direction arrow on the tires. As far as the tread pattern the oem tires are oposite many tread designs like the raxr 2's the V is backwards....

Razr II V towards back, hope it helps.


OEM Dunlops V away from front.

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the arrow supposed to be pointed forward


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and the rotation arrow is pointing so the V goes backwards?? Just doesn't look right to me, so do I go with the arrow direction or mount with the V facing forward?
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the arrow supposed to be pointed forward
I was thinking by "V" he was referring to the tread pattern and not the direction arrow? I could be wrong, thou and he could toss up a photo.

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M Quick pretty much sums it up, I will go with the arrow.
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