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Old 04-23-2010, 05:35 PM   #1
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Got a flat tire, but I'm home. Need somebody to move my bike to 2 Wheel Toyz.

Man, this must be the season for flat tires. I got a flat rear tire. Luckily I was only going about 25mph when it happened so didn't lose control. I managed to walk the bike home.

My buddies 350Speed and USMC083 both got nails in their tires. Luckily they have tubeless and can patch it up and go. I can't find any hole or nail in the tire. When I got home I tried to pump air into the tire but it just immediately leaked out. I'm not sure what happened but I need to get the bike to 2 Wheel Toyz. I would really appreciate any assistance.

I live near 45 South and Scarsdale. I'm not in a hurry to repair the tire so anytime anybody is free would be fine as long as 2 Wheel Toyz is open during that time. Since I'm really new to riding I don't have a vehicle that can transport the bike, nor do I have any straps or ramp so those would be extremely helpful.

Please PM me. I'll pay for gas and beer.

Thanks in advance !!
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Old 04-23-2010, 06:17 PM   #2
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do you have tools and a stand? you could always take the wheel off, throw it in your trunk, then drive to the shop. would also save you a few bucks since most shops charge less if the wheel is off the bike.
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Old 04-23-2010, 06:50 PM   #3
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I have some tools, but no stand. The Rebel can't be jacked up by a regular stand because it has no spools on the swingarm and the mufflers are wider than the swingarm and mounted below the swingarm. This is evidently an old design.
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Old 04-23-2010, 06:52 PM   #4
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i live in pearland man just cover the gas and ill haul it up there for u pm me if u want
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Old 04-23-2010, 07:50 PM   #5
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Thanks Tex !!

I can do it anytime next week. It's at your convenience, whenever you're ready I'm okay too. Work is flexible.

I've got 3 PM's already. I think I'm all set...

You guys are awesome
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Does the Rebel have a center stand? or side stand only?
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:02 PM   #7
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Side stand only.

It's a nice little bike. I'm still fairly new to riding motorcycles. I wanted something reliable. Since I'm not very tall it really fit me well.
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Jack the bike up and take the tire off, then go to sunny, I'd be glad to help u take it off, I'm right in your neighborhood too, lmk
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if u dont wanna take the bike up there let me know and i can help u take the wheel off or we can take the bike up there in my truck its up to u
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