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|06-12-2014 09:32 AM|
|michiganteddybear||my shinko 230's required no additional balance weight. just make sure the pink dot on the sidewall is lined up with the valve stem. that dot marks the lightest point on the tire from the factory|
|06-11-2014 11:50 PM|
Hay RB.....the way tires are made nowadays, they dont need balancing....the wheels however do....used to be the other way around.....
VN rims aint bad, unless ya plan on ridin over 60mph a lot.....
|06-11-2014 10:53 PM|
|romeobravo172||Got the 230 TM,s today. Was ordered on Monday just before noon. Got them from MC Superstore. Much satisfied so far with purchase. Thanks dyllansant, had heard about fast wear on here but I,m not an aggressive rider so these tires should last me until they dry rot again! My originals only have 4k on them!! We'll see, hopefully better ride now with new rubber. Hopefully can get them on soon. After reading other post, think I will go the old fashioned route and do the wheel weight balance thing---|
|06-10-2014 10:12 PM|
I duuno...once ya get outta Pittsburgh, its nice all the way to the Jersey line....then its just 287 north to Wolfie Country, lol....last time I went thru StateCollege, roads were dead....
I like takin I-84 outta here west....once ya get to Scranton though, then what ???....lol...Rt 6 to the Ohio line (slow but sweet....like an old GF I used to have, lol)....
|06-10-2014 06:58 AM|
I bet, I also told you to let me know when you where going to make that trip and I'd see if I could ride down there and meet up with ya. the roads down there are better for riding then the ones up here. you wouldn't like the roads up here. too flat, too straight and the traffic sucks. all the cagers drive like aceholes. not as bad a NYC cagers, but still bad.
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|06-10-2014 04:26 AM|
|dyllansant||I had Shinko 230 TM's and had no problems. Good grip and smooth ride, though they wear quickly.|
|06-10-2014 02:36 AM|
Come across on Route 6. It's a much nicer ride. Unless you REALLY want to be going 75+mph the entire way.
|06-09-2014 10:55 PM|
|romeobravo172||Thanks for all the replys, I ordered Shinko 230 Tour Masters today and should be at my door on Wednesday. Getting the wheel off the rear won't be a problem as I'v done that one for the spline lube, am sure the front won't be a big deal. Not having tire irons and the like will prob take them to a local shop for mounting and balance. Am thinking with new rubber I should get a better smother ride as my old original tires were bound to be a little on the harder side! Thanks again--RB|
|05-31-2014 12:15 AM|
I emailed you about that a year ago....bout taking a trip there to get a 1500 front end and Id stop in and harass ya....lol.....
Its only been recent that my biz is starting to go well, that I might be able to actually do it.....lol
Hell, its only across Pennsy....I can sleep the whole way.....(*wink* to the Pennsyltuckyans)...gods country...but I'll tell ya...runnin across on I-80, aint much ta keep ya awake, lol....beautiful though....
|05-30-2014 11:25 PM|
what?!......that's news to me! when did this happen?! lol Wolfie, you really have got to keep me in the loop on these kind of things. lol
you know, I should really take a ride down to Pinwall and check it out. it's really not that far away from me.
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