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Old 12-06-2012, 05:34 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Lucar View Post
brakes and tires are just two of the most technical things I don't mess around with, always let the professionals handle it
I've installed stainless steel brake lines and EBC HH pads, there is nothing difficult or technical about it. Tires on the other hand are much easier to install if you have all the proper tools, which I do not. I only have a wheel balancer.

I appreciate all the replies, I think im going to give the zip tie/tie down straps a try.
There goes Jim on his Kawi with a curb monkey hanging off of him like a lemur.
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