Hey guys, I ran into this a few years ago and learned a valuable leason. If you show up at a dealer shop with oversize wheels or tires, Honda will try to void your warranty coverage on a lot of covered repairs. Keep your old wheel and tire set, or something the same size as stock and put them on prior to your visit. Be prepared to lie about the tires if they ask you.The mental heavy weight that manages the shop at a southern Indiana dealership told me mine were bigger than stock when the stock size was stamped on the dam tires. They just looked bigger than the originals. After much teeth nashing they finally replaced the lower front ball joints, front wheel bearings, and the outboard tie rod ends which all got real sloppy after about 1200 miles in dry conditions. It was an old 450S.Only time I have ever used a Honda Warranty on 20 years worth of machines.The same parts on the Rinny are doing fine although the tie rod ends are a little sloppy, I swear I think they came fron the dealer that way.