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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by Dirt wolf, Jan 15, 2015.
Well crap.. I had heard that it was a Sunday ride..
Sorry mate, Saturday to accommodate a couple of Prescott guys that have never been.
Thats ok.. we rode through there Thursday.. no more rocks... the whole thing is pretty much silted in now.. pretty crazy.
That's what I was told, shame..
Sounds good. have some details?
Staging area and time, please. Thanks
Is there a ride report? Or just a few pics for vicarious reasons?
There are a few pics & video's scattered beginning here, but we don't normally do much of a RR for the little rides
Son got close 2nd place Turbo UTV in BITD Tonopah 250. About 29th overall.
Any recommendations on local shops/mechs/individual riders who have SOLID experience w/ Tubliss installs/repairs? (Local: C'wood, Sedona, or..??) Thx.
I was told by a mechanic that Dave Lennon at D&K cycles in Cottonwood is an experienced desert racer. He probably knows all about Tubliss. He is also a member of Coconino Trail Riders so he does trails as well.
Preferably another shop/rider? For one, haven’t had the best experience with that shop. Secondly, would like to actually “learn“ process, and most shops for liability won’t let ya anywhere near the back/process. Realize it’s a longshot, but figured worth asking around. :)
If you’re looking to learn how, dive right in.
Tubliss has a very good video for Installation. It’s the one with the tattoed chick. I’m not the best mechanic around (pretty much the opposite) and found it much easier than regular tire changes. I just set up the video on my tablet and followed along. Easy peasy.
Yep. That's the plan. :)
Thanks guys. I can google/youtube the heck out of it, but sorta on the road and prefer to have a stand, torque wrenches, etc.. I'll get it figured out, thanks much :) Go ride!
I've ha great luck using Armorall to lubricate the liner to inner tire interface
That’s fancy lube I just used dish soap water mix works well for this cheap bastard. I’ve only done two rear installs. My first tire a Sedona 907 got a puncture that wouldn’t plug up. Used slime plugs and air still leaked out. I’m gonna give it another chance before I move onto Tubliss Nitiril Mousse.