Dam you act fast. I just saw the thread. I have a balancer that I made. You could of come out and used it. Works great on a LT wheel or is the GT wheel really different? Have fun.sanjaun2 said:The Marcparnes balancer has been ordered, Thanks again gents.
Proud to be of service, Brian.sanjaun2 said:Tony,
Thanks for the info, I will print out your ad and take it to my local harbor freight. I'll check out the parnes website also. You the man... It seems that almost every Oregon member has this set up but no one up here that I know of.
I'm doing pretty good but I'm still waiting for the parts. I've only ridden it once since it happened. The right riders peg is so worn down that I'm not sure it would hold if I need it to. So when the parts get here I'm be off and running.sanjaun2 said:Bill, How's the bike coming along? How about You?
About time someone set up shop up there!sanjaun2 said:The Marcparnes balancer has been ordered, Thanks again gents.
The dayem HF wouldn't hold the GT wheels. They kept popping out and scratching the snot out of my rims when it happened. I had to spoon the tires off and on by hand.sanjaun2 said:Tony,Thanks again for the info, Very good tips.Has anyone used the harbor frieght tire mounter on the GT tires? They are tremendously stiffer than LT tires.
Bill, How's the bike coming along? How about You?
Picture is not showing up for me. I put the link directly into the browser and get a message that need to sign in to k-bikes.com.grifscoots said:Here's a pic of how I did my "install" of the HF tire machine. I ripped some 4x4 to 3 inches. I notched the center of each one and drilled the mounting holes. It breaks down quick and small.