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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Brewtus, Dec 12, 2010.
Why yes, it is.
Final section of last weekend's trials my Old BAGG made an on noise coming off an obstacle.
Guess I found the problem, Now I need to wash and investigate further but more than likely a new shock is what I will need.
They all do that.
It's not a BMW.
Got it, (at least yeasterday, worth 12 1/2 hours in the truck!! Then I rode it in the back yard till I felt silly
The other side, I think she's pretty, My first Sherco, I am really excited
NM? Aren't you supposed to be riding a Beta?
I was, Time for something new, I like being diffferent
Very nice! Congrats Larry!!
Lake Fork Sunday Larry, break it in right!
Got the linkage greased and back together, but im still having trouble with that damn rear tire. I had an aired up tube in it all week & it looked like it would work, but nooooo.
That would be awesome, but I am working an IDPA shoot, maybe I'll get out of the last day
Who the hell buys a new trials bike and then goes shooting?
An IDPA shooter!
That sounds like a drink.
I looked for the video I once saw but couldn't find it. Try this...
Get the tire on the rim
Put a lubricated tube between the rim and tire (like a sandwich)
Put enough air in the tube to fill the gap
As you air up the tire it will squeeze the tube outta the way and set the bead.
Video made it look easy. YMMV
plenty of youtubes on this, but think the biggest tip on its use is the very strong solution (like 50/50) of soapy water, and spray/apply it in large amount. My donut popped up in the air, and the tire seated in a second.