Trouble getting new tire's bead to sit correctly on rim
I just installed a new tire and am having trouble getting the bead seated correctly. When I look at the circular line on the tire that runs near the rim, I find that it's not equally distant from the rim at all points. (I assume that's how you're supposed to know if the bead is positioned correctly.) I thought it might not be a big deal, but when I ride, I can definitely feel the bike bobbing up and down a little. The only advice the Clymer manual has for a tire that won't sit on the bead correctly is "deflate, relube, retry." I did that three times, but it always seems to end up the same way when I inflate it. I'm using Windex for lube.