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Re: Redneck Mini-Project, a New motorcycle and everything el

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Rich_WI

02-21-2013 19:17:45
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Dont be such a hater man, just because you are unable to do what most qualified tire people can do doesnt mean you have to be all butt hurt over it. Heck, tons of hobbyists like myself are quite capable as well. Its not like Im some gifted person or anything, Im just perfectally capable of following what other successful people are doing. I see no reason to re-invent the wheel but I have no problem copying it. I even gave you links to people using the same tools as me, but hey, if you are not interested, thats fine too.

And yes, I would have made a fortune because when I do tires on site, I charge more. 2am and 20 below commands a nice premium. Remember, just like I have said through this entire thread, I will mount every tire you bring me for a crisp $100 bill. I think its pretty clear though, you are more of a keyboard motorcycle rider than a in real life rider.... and you know, keyboard riders dont go through that many tires, ice tires or otherwise. (you were the one who thought a balancing stand was a trueing stand dispite the web page clearly saying what it was. Still laughing over that one.)

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 Re: Redneck Mini-Project, a New motorcycle and everything el in reply to Rich_WI, 02-21-2013 19:17:45  
We've had riders from the states come up here and their tires are completely different from the tires we use. When the dream team came up here for the numb bum, they didn't bring you. They used a local mechanic to set up their bike. What's up with that? They had the likes of Scott Parker, Jeff Fredette and a few other very well known racers from all disciplines of racing. Scott Parker came from behind and won on the last lap. Even though they won, they weren't the fastest. A local team consisting of 2 pro MX riders were by far the fastest. At the awards ceremony, the dream team said it was a real shame the other team had to drop out. It was about -25C and the crankcase breather on their XR650 froze up and blew the oil out the crank seal despite being insulated from the cold as much as possible. I guess going 90+ MPH would have a quite a windchill. Their lap times were as much as 20 seconds a lap faster than the dream teams. Over 24 hours that's a big difference.

I said the balancing stand looked like a trueing stand. The M/C shops here can afford something a little better for balancing. Looks to me like your a keyboard tire changer! No you wouldn't have a made a fortune. Jeff Fredette with years of ISDT experience would put just about anyone to shame when it comes to changing ice tires. He brought his own custom tires especially for the race and could change them in about 3 minutes. If you try to tell me you could come close to that, I'll know you're full of it. For the average person, ice tires can be a real pain to mount.

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