show us your car tyres on your hack, sidecar

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by pops, Jul 11, 2009.

  1. halflive

    halflive Been here awhile

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    immler is not a tire brand but a german company which renews tires. you can send them your worn tire, and they will return your tire with the surface you want.
    http://www.reifen-immler.de/ueber_uns.html sadly the site is just in german. but if you're serious someone here will be happy to help you.
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  2. Richard-NL

    Richard-NL Sidecar Fan

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    Hey Arjan, I didn’t spell it wrong. You jumped to conclusions a little bit too fast (again). :deal Reading is difficult :D .<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>
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    btw: I told you before, your homepagelink is still not clickable. (the smiley is in there)<o:p></o:p>
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  3. hotair

    hotair What to ride?????

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    I wonder if the rear tire/wheel on the v-max is the same as on my Yamaha royal star midnight venture. I would like a tire that lasts longer than 3000 miles!! Does anybody know?? I have asked at tire dealers, but they just give me a weird look!!!!
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  4. halflive

    halflive Been here awhile

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    Hey Richard, yes, i know, i'm a fast jumper. and reading is always difficult, even in dutch. i didn't correct you but tried to help pops to the adress where he or anyone else can have their tires recovered.
    i think the coincidence of naming between your sand buggy tires and Immler reifen is to great, i think they just sell Immler tires under their own "brand".

    yes, i've read that you couldn't click my homepage. i didn't have any difficulties with it, and it does generate traffic. but i've removed the smilie now. please try again.
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  5. sh86894

    sh86894 Geek_Law

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    Here's a pic of the rear 245/50/16 that I have on my Triumph Rocket III.

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  6. Richard-NL

    Richard-NL Sidecar Fan

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    Which you will need, when opening the throtlle. :nod Anymore pics would be :thumb

    Richard-NL :bmwrider
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  7. pops

    pops Long timer

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    I to would like to see more of your Triumph Rocket III please.:D
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  8. PaulRS

    PaulRS Dutch fool

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    New shoes for the old girl. :D

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  9. Wingincamera

    Wingincamera Adventurer

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    Here is my new rear tire on my Goldwing/sidecar rig.
    A Bridgestone Potenza 195/55/16

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  10. Stroker

    Stroker motorcycle traveler

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    There are some good photos of rigs on car tires on thr ISOK Ron-Dee-Vous thread. Check it out.:wink:
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  11. claude

    claude Sidecar Jockey

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    We have the same tire on out Hannigan / GL1800 outfit. It is a simple deal with the new tire mounted to the stock GL1800 rim. Note that if doing this conversion it is best to check and make sure you have the newer style subframe from Hannigan. The rear crossbrace design has been changed to allow better clearance. The old style will work okay but does allow the tire to rub the crossbrace when the rear suspension is unloaded. Some tires are more apt to rub than others.
    Some have also mounted 205 tires on the rear wheel but clearance must be checked closely at the swingarm area and of course the subframe member needs to be the right one.
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  12. claude

    claude Sidecar Jockey

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    Top two are on K Bikes bottom ones are on R100GS bikes. We usually swap the drum brake setup to a disc brake rear when the R bike conversions are done. The lower left photo is just a mock up prior to swapping the drum brake rear to the disc brake setup.
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  13. pops

    pops Long timer

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    A new rear tyre . A lot better in the sand.

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  14. bikeridermark

    bikeridermark Long timer

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    Wish there was a car tire that would fit the back of my Harley rig!
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  15. Bueller

    Bueller Cashin?

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    Ya just gotta have the right Harley :deal

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  16. bikeridermark

    bikeridermark Long timer

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    OK, Bueller, how'd ya swing that tire on the Harley, and will it work on a Roadking?
    And, what Monday are we going to ride over to HeindleEngineering or whatever that Ural dealer is called? I need to know so I can take off work or call in sick(of work).
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  17. Bueller

    Bueller Cashin?

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    There wasn't any swinging about it. The tire just fits, and not by much. I just did a little measuring, took a gamble, and figured the worst that would happen was I wasted 90 bucks on a tire.

    Unfortunately it will not work on a Road King.

    I'd love to ride over to Heindle, but unfortunately right now it would have to be on my Gold Wing. I'm having tendon problems in both elbows and am in physical therapy twice a week. My arms can't take steering a hack right now, so I've decided to park mine until my buddy has time to help me cut apart and re-rake the rigid fork of the front end to further reduce trail.
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  18. Nsfrt

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    Hi Rachard,

    I would like to ask you a question. What hardness is the compound of Iemller 155x15 tire?
    I have bought Unigom 14/64 15" Ultracross and this tire is really soft. It is actually the softest tire I have ever seen. I rode only few km on the tire but I expect that the tire will disapeare very quickly on the tarmac.
    How does the Iemller look like? And what about the Immler CR 3 or Cross 3?

    Do you have an experience?

    I am looking for really hard tire with really rough profile.

    Thank you very much in advance for the response.

    http://www.unigom.be/product.aspx?cat=4&profile=Ultra+Cross
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  19. Nsfrt

    Nsfrt Adventurer

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    ... and again, without pictures it is meaningless...


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  20. BMWzenrider

    BMWzenrider The Road Scholar

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    I have not seen Richard-NL in this forum for a bit now...
    Checking his posts, he has not posted anything since the 15th of November. That has been three weeks ago.

    Anybody know his whereabouts? He has the best sidecar porn... :evil
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