Take a very close and attentive look at the mold ring that runs around the edge of the wheel ! It is possible that the bead did not seat properly and the tire is not running true. If it is not seated the bead must be broken and wet out then resealed. This is common when dry seating a new tire. I found that an ounce of dish soap and two ounces of water make an excellant beading lube and tires will generally seat with a lower air pressure. Don't wet any more than the bead of tire and rim.
'97 VN1500 91 Cubes Of Custom CLASSIC
Vance & Hine 2to1
engine, forks, ignition & carb mod's
WebCam cam & rockers hard weld & grind
NEW TOP END, NO LOOKS ALL GO GO
Maxx intake manifold system & super G carb 44mm