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    The ninja is gonna need em changed out soon...
    Matt V. 9/19/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by FasYankee View Post
    What machine did you end up getting?
    Ended up getting a TC-221... purchase was less than smooth, but whatever, it's all here and assembled now. The machine works great, not sure I could recommend the company that sells them, though.

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    Thank Matt. Great chatting with you. I hope to get the tire on the bike tonight.

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    Bumpty dumpty.

    I have some 45* and 90* valve stems as well. They cost extra. Regulars do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilikenapalm View Post
    Bumpty dumpty.

    I have some 45* and 90* valve stems as well. They cost extra. Regulars do not.
    oooh. kayla's fz6 needs some new meats this season
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    Are you balancing them as well? I got tires for the r1 but need them mounted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosten lebaron View Post
    are you balancing them as well? I got tires for the r1 but need them mounted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilikenapalm View Post
    i am all set up to mount and balance tires.

    Matt V. 9/19/10

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    Steve nailed it. I dismount/mount with a tire changer and then follow up with a static balance.

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    You around tomorrow like three ish
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    Negatory.

    Could do tomorrow AM before 11:00. Otherwise, Sunday evening works.

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