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coker now has a 500 r 16 tire - ive got one mounted on a 3.5" x 16" rim and its 5.4" wide! that will fit 2007 and 2008 bikes with zero problems and it looks really nice. im going to get another one and mount it on a 3" rim - the 130 tires are 5.3"
Went for a ride yesterday ( Sunday ) with the girl to do the Wootton Way. The Wootton Way is the new name for the bit of the former Pacific Hwy that went over the Buladelah "Mountains". For those of us that remember trips along the Pacific Hw
Mine would be a bacon sarnie.
Met a friend on a KLR 650 and we headed up to Jerome, which is a scenic old ghost town (tourist trap). But cool nonetheless. I put 233 miles on the Wing today and it ran great, we climbed from about 1000 feet to over 7000! Cooled right off too! I-17 i
I have read on here and on another site about the use of car tires. I have been toying with the idea myself. The biggest question I have is this: How does it effect the handling in the twisties. I have an '06 Vulcan 2000 Lt. The best mc tire I have found
i drive 20 miles on the highway to work. i normally run 70-75 in the truck. I really want one of these bikes, but just dunno if its designed for my use
Well, I got the wheel back yesterday and spent most of the night working on getting the wheel and tire back on the bike. It did require some minor modifications to the swing arm. I heated the drive shaft housing with propane and slowly worked at the area