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Old 02-03-2010, 04:38 PM   #41
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50 mm I think is GSXR USD Standard.
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I did the valve check while it was all opened up and they were all within spec thank . I finally got to use my No Mar tire changer and it rocks. It's coming along nicely.
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Does that just attach to the hitch receiver?
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50 mm I think is GSXR USD Standard.
50mm at the top and I think it tapers down to 48mm then gets big again where the lower tree clamps ...
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I've got the same no-mar changer and it rocks, after a little practice and 10 or so tire changes you won't need those extra "hands" any more! The video's on their website will show you a few tricks to change tires almost effortlessly and under 10 min too
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I've got the same no-mar changer and it rocks, after a little practice and 10 or so tire changes you won't need those extra "hands" any more! The video's on their website will show you a few tricks to change tires almost effortlessly and under 10 min too
I'm still getting used to it. The secret is watching the video.
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Meaner has pics of the lights attached and working. Painted the rear wheel to match the front - black. Also, while it's off the plastics and tank will be repaired/repainted. The subframe is going to be black, too. Use imagination or PM Meaner to make her post up the pics.
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