Changing A Tire

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How good are you at changing a tire?

Completely dependent on AAA or a passerby
1
4%
I could do it, but I'd still call AAA
5
19%
I could do it, but I'd only call AAA if it was blasted cold or raining sheets
5
19%
I always change my own tires! AAA is a waste of money
15
58%
 
Total votes: 26

Chuck_Schick
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Postby Chuck_Schick » Tue May 16, 2006 1:32 pm

And remember your hill parking procedures, folks! Crank your wheels left on the incline; right on the decline.

"Turn the middle side topwise ... "

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Postby Beer Moon » Tue May 16, 2006 1:38 pm

Chuck_Schick wrote:And remember your hill parking procedures, folks! Crank your wheels left on the incline; right on the decline.

"Turn the middle side topwise ... "


Is that a really complicated way of telling someone to point their wheels at the curb?

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Postby Chuck_Schick » Tue May 16, 2006 1:42 pm

Beer Moon wrote:Is that a really complicated way of telling someone to point their wheels at the curb?

Yes. Yes it is.

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Postby msnflyer » Tue May 16, 2006 2:19 pm

Ducatista wrote:
msnflyer wrote:Last tire change and balancing on the bike was $115 + the cost of tires.

Yow, that seems really high. Where'd you go? I highly recommend Madison Motorsports/Motorcycle Solutions for tire purchase/mounting.


That's where I went, great shops.
I have cast wheels and tubeless tires, might have been a factor in the price.


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