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Take it back and see what they say. 
It might not have been balanced correctly. 
Whatever the issue it had to have happened there as it was ok before you had the tyre changed. 

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23 minutes ago, RideWithStyles said:

its not the tyre.

the wheel directly or the hub/bearing seat as the sprocket and chain is moving side to side along with the wheel!!!

Ah I thought the side to side on the sprocket + chain was normal due to the rubber bushing in there

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chain and sprocket should run true!

carrier/crush is not seated correctly or very worn out.

either way id give it back to them to actually do the job properly the second time around, for a dealership that's terrible.

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