A few weeks ago, I posted my impressions of the 22.5mm clamp set I installed on my YZ450. Click to Review Since then, I removed the front tire I had on the bike and swapped back to a Dunlop 756. The former front tire was a Bridgestone M401A in the oversize, 90/100x21, and it was apparently the source of some of the instability I mentioned. I had installed the tire for the first time at the same time that I put the clamps on, so if nothing else, it's a good demonstration of why you should only make one change at a time. Anyway, the clamps give the steering a very light overall feel, and based on how and when the bike felt the least stable, I started wondering if they had also made it more sensitive to changes in tire width. This seems to be the case, as with the somewhat narrower 756, the bike is much less prone to "hunt" in rutted sand, or kick to the side on an angled bump. Otherwise, I'm pretty sure that the 401 actually had better traction in intermediate to hard soils than the 756 does, and Junior says he likes it on his standard offset 250F. I may try a 401 in 80/100, or I may not, but either way, I though it was interesting how much the tire changed the steering behavior with the offset, and the bike is alot more pleasant to ride now that it feels more settled again.