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The wheel

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The bike wanted a new rubber on the back. It had traveled it last mile almost bald in the way it was really slippery. So I studied the tire market and got the kenda. What pnta  to change so much to take off just to put a new rubber on 12 hours in all. From the exhaust to crash bars and lowers. He'll getting the wheel off the rim and back on as a breeze compared to everything else. 

   Now I had seen some where a guy that put the bike on its side and pulled the wheel out and done. What year is that I want it.

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The original 1800s can be laid on its side to remove the rear wheel, not sure if the new model is similar in that respect .

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