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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by tmex, Nov 18, 2008.
Going to mount TKC80's next week. What are folks doing about rim locks?
How low are you planning to go?
Jimmy Lewis said on the GS Trophy thread that they ran Karoos at 20-25 in Tunisian sand dunes. Not exactly true knobbies, he acknowledged. But no need for rim locks at those pressures either.
I bow to you if you are going to get so burly with the 800 as to need rim locks.
I just was not sure if 20 was a high enough pressure to not be concerned. The rim is not drilled for them , so apparently BMW agrees with you. Thanks.
double post - not my doing...
I don't know where you could find a rim lock for the rear rim. It's wide enough for a truck.
I guess you could go old school w/ some sheet metal screws.
Indeed hence the post. I think I'll follow Spoof's advice on this one.
I'm using the screw method on my KTM, worked out fine so far. Easier to change tubes/tires also with no internal lock.
I was going to saw that bitch off myself!
More beer fixed the problem (eventually).
I was afraid of that. Thanks for the warning. Good thing I have lots of beer and no close neighbors.