Plowboy - I'm going to try loading my front tires with antifreeze and pouring concrete weights onto the back side of the rim/hub. Looking at it I think it'll be tricky but I plan on unbolting the spindle from the front axle to make sure the concrete allows enough clearance to spin. I figured remove 3 of the wheel studs and replace them with long ones that will be part of the concrete...
Re: looking for front wheel weights in reply to gears, 02-13-2014 11:15:20
Another option. I had a homemade rear weight set on one of my 641's. Just take a small piece of big steel pipe. weld it to the disc, weld a few pieces of rebar like at 12/3/6/9 o'clock and one as a round ring, put a sona tube over it, and pour concrete. Not the prettiest but works. I don't see why you couldn't do this on a front rim.
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