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|01-31-2012, 12:47 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Victoria, Tx
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1998 Shadow 1100
2005 CRF450R tard
Yamaha PW 50
160 rear tire warmer questions
Quick question, I have a 160 rear on my SV and the 'tard and was curious what warmers you guys have experience running on them? I was originally looking at the Woodcraft dual temps and some of the people that review them online say they will fit the 160 no problem, while others make it sound like blasphemy. Woodcraft's site, as far as I could find, doesn't specify a rear size like Chicken Hawk's do.
The reason I don't want to get a 160 specific rear is because I see a 600 or 750 track bike coming soon and really don't want to rebuy warmers once I get one. Any help from people with experience would be greatly appreciated!
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|01-31-2012, 01:58 PM||#3|
Join Date: Jun 2008
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i can't see a 180 warmer doing harm - unless it heats the sidewalls too quickly. but there are warmers with skirts on em to help lock in the heat - i.e. woodcraft. i'd try it and go from there.
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