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New tire

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by 1911, Mar 11, 2006.

  1. 1911

    1911

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    Needed to change my rear tire so I thought this would be fun.
     
  2. Jtemple

    Jtemple Geek

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    Haha, nice!

    I'm too much of a chicken to try that. With my luck, my tire would just hook up and loop the bike.
     


  3. Rosey

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    That picture would be perfect for some cop-doing-a-burnout photoshopping.
     
  4. wolfy692005

    wolfy692005 pro tinkerer

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    good pic. its fun.. i need a new tire on the back of the custom.. cords are showing through right in the center... still riding it as it has a tube but you never know how far that will go.. i know i am pushing my luck but i am not doing burnouts either hehehe
     
  5. wrenrj1

    wrenrj1

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    Just getting new tires on my KZ a few weeks ago, I couldn't imagine wasting good rubber after what I paid just to get them put on.

    I'm all about tire conservation. My next replacement of tires is on the TITAN and I'm not too excited about that as well...
     
  6. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    Next time before I change out a tire, I'll do a bit of burnout for the hell of it too.
     
  7. ChaZ

    ChaZ Millennium Member

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    That was my thought too... Will have to figger out how to turn off my ABS system as my front brake is linked to my rear brake.

    -ChaZ
     
  8. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    Buttress your front tire against a light island or a curb. Or better yet talk one of your homeys into doing a simultaneous burnout and have both of your bikes butting front wheels against each other.