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Old 06-26-2010, 09:35 PM
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I would like to try some of that stuff whats it called anyways.
HERE'S THE PLACE, THEY HAVE EXPLANATIONS. 2 BAGS OF BEADS + S&H WILL COST AROUND 15-20 BUCKS. INSTALLED RIGHT THROUGHT THE VALVE . YOU DON'T LIKE IT- JUST CRACK THE TIRE OPEN AND POUR THEM OUT.

http://www.innovativebalancing.com/gallery1.htm

REMEMBER, I THINK, 'BALANCE MASTERS'?- MERCURY DROPLET RUNNING FREELY IN A ROUND SOLDERED TUBE ATTACHED TO THE GROOVE IN THE CRANKSHAFT ? THE SAME PRINCIPLE.
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Old 06-26-2010, 09:39 PM
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ya the 250 sucked on mine also couldn't get the bead to pop figure wasn't enough air ...ended up at the 18 wheeler shop and they spent almost an hr finally got it with the big air tank they jam past the bead and crack the valve ... same one they use for their truck tires...they were amassed it was such a bitch to get
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I've never heard of that but it won't work with mine. I put tubes in them
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i've never heard of that but it won't work with mine. I put tubes in them
i believe the site says they can be used for tubed tires- you still pour them through the valve( with the core removed).
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Just looked at the site. It does say that they can be used in tubes. Might be worth looking into. Those weights are ugly
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has anyone on here used them?
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I would like to try it cause I've never had a balanced rim cause of those yougly fuckin weights. I run tubes to and they can throw the balance WAY out.
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has anyone on here used them?
as you can see - my front is spoked- i presume tubed( sorry the wheel came with tire mounted and dyna beads[1oz] already in-the guy was swearing by the setup)
the rear solid wheel i mounted in a local shop, tubeless 200 tire. In a few days i received 2 oz bag of beads($7) and poured them into the valve. Put the core back, pumped the tire and done.

Let's say i don't know how would it be with weights, but i don't feel any vibration at either low or high speed.

I think some other used it before with a success.
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I use them too - Jake does them at lowdownchopshop - dyna beads
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Uklee,,,,any feedbck on them?
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sounds like my bike. nemesis 250 , black , stripes





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Nice scoot, and I like the bar setup in the garage.....nice
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:54 AM
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Uklee,,,,any feedbck on them?

My bike seems to run well with them as does the HD. You might as well try them - they're something like $3 a bag. Nothing to lose. Well, $3 I suppose...

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