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Old 06-19-2006, 09:48 AM   #9
induna
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Originally Posted by woody's wheel works
sealing your dakar's rear wheel should be no problem if your rim has a safety bead on it,,,,$70 parts n labor,,,w
Woody,

Thanks for the quick reply. I didn't mean to rehash any old issues. It's just that I got a screw inmy rear tire on Saturday and have been frustrated by my current inability to deal with it efficiently. I certainly need to gain experience removing tires and patching tubes, but that's not something I ever had to do before.

BTW, what is a 'safety bead' and how does it differ from a normal bead?

Thanks again.
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