Here's one for any resident suspension gurus. I could probably work it out on paper, but I'm feeling idle so I'm hoping someone has the answer at their fingertips. As noted in the Chicken Strips thread, my K100 appears to be running out of tread on the front tyre before the rear. This is with max preload on the back and stock, non-adjustable forks on the front. If I raise the back of the bike (longer shock) or lower the front (drop yokes down forks, shorter springs) in search of less rake and trail for lighter handling and better turn in, will this make the problem better, worse or make no difference? Assume a matching pair of tyres, although the weird rear rim size on the K limits things a bit.