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post #1 of 4 Old Apr 25th, 2009, 12:47 pm Thread Starter
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Calling Ural Side Car Owners

I have a customer with a Ural and a side car. The side car has a flat tire. I have never even seen an Ural in person never the less work on one. Is there any "Special" tools needed to remove the wheel from the side car?
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I have a customer with a Ural and a side car. The side car has a flat tire. I have never even seen an Ural in person never the less work on one. Is there any "Special" tools needed to remove the wheel from the side car?
As always thanks in advance for your help.
Have you tried posting this on the ADV site?

Here (hopefully) is the link to the hack section.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=56


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Re: Calling Ural Side Car Owners

Haven't had to remove the tub tire yet, but I do not recall any special tools mentioned. Just jack up the tub and remove. The Ural comes with enough tools you can do almost anything you need to. You have to include your own mallet... Makes for interesting glances from passersby if you pull the mallet out once in a while at a stop and just start intermittently banging on it for a bit.

Might check sovietsteeds.com, too.
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Haven't had to remove the tub tire yet, but I do not recall any special tools mentioned. Just jack up the tub and remove. The Ural comes with enough tools you can do almost anything you need to. You have to include your own mallet... Makes for interesting glances from passersby if you pull the mallet out once in a while at a stop and just start intermittently banging on it for a bit.

Might check sovietsteeds.com, too.
Thanks .... I got to the bike this morning and It's goin to need more then just a flat tire fixed. I'm picking it up on Tuesday and hauling it to the shop for the customer. Besides it pays more to tow it, than to fix a flat and a lot less time to do it.

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