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Old 10-31-2006, 12:09 PM   #1
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Anyone know a good place on the Southwest side to get a rear tire mounted and balanced? I called Stubbs SW and its 84, I called Houston Motorsports and its 65, I called Harley Davidson and its 80. Anyone got any ideas? Im trying to do it on the SW side since I dont have a truck or trailer to get it to Motorcycles Unlimited. And i dont have a stand to take the rear tire off myself. Any suggestions?

Whoops posted this in the wrong spot......
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Old 10-31-2006, 12:20 PM   #2
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Old 10-31-2006, 12:23 PM   #4
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why do u need a stand to take it off ?? I use a car jack and it works just fine.
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cycle queer is always too busy to mount a tire, with the eleventeen employees and two customers.
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I think there are a couple of shops on Hwy6 South... no idea on the names though.
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do all yall pay these prices, do it yourself or just dont feel like helping a guy out.......

Yea i could use a jack but id prefer to do it a little bit safer, dont wantmy bike to accidentally fall over cuz something slipped since I didnt use the right tools. I ordered a Pitbull stand but with the 929 I had to order an adapter so i have the stand but it doesnt work at all yet. if you dont have a 929 you wont understand, there is not spot for spools.
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Old 10-31-2006, 02:51 PM   #11
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I think there are a couple of shops on Hwy6 South... no idea on the names though.

6 south were? only ones i know of are closer to I-10 not near Sugar Land.
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So order an adapter instead of paying someone to do it and do it yourself
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So order an adapter instead of paying someone to do it and do it yourself
I did on sat thanks tho
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I did on sat thanks tho
So why are you asking on Tuesday..??
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So why are you asking on Tuesday..??
cuz i ordered the adapter saturday it aint here and be wont be till thursday-saturday and i need the tire changed now!!! make sense or you want me to explain it via barney....?
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Well then stop complaining on the prices people are charging and just do it if you need it NOW.....
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you do not need the adapter
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and i have a 929 so i do understand. its gonna be a little off, if you're worried shim it a little, but i wouldn't even worry about that. oh and i used the pitbull, but sold it, and now use car jack stands. just pick the rear wheel up and set it in place. its light.
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