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  1. This video is from a good buddy of ours, Gordon East, the owner of http://www.rrrtoolsolutions.com. He's a super smart dude, a gifted engineer, and long term rider. There are a number of different ways on how to lace and true a spoked motorcycle wheel, but we think that Gordon's is one of the better than we've seen. Enjoy! If you'd like to have something that you can print, go HERE.
  2. EDIT "Rear hubs are all the same from 1992 to 2007 125 on up The 125s and 250s got the right hub as of 1990 but the bigger bikes didn't use them till 1992." KTM wheels FIT. I have had people asking me about this for quite some time now so I thought id throw this together. First YES KTM wheels fit. Rear hubs are all the same from 1990 to 2007 125 on up. Only difference is Cush drive or not and rim size. I now have 3 different KTM rear wheels that I run A 17” 18” and 19”. The 18” is from a 1995 LC4. The 19” is actually a tallen hub but its for a 2002 KTM 400. The 17 is from a 2004 4XX (don’t remember). I have take pics of all the different rear wheels on my bike to show. Notice that the 18” and 17” both have the cush drive hub. The spacers rotors and sprockets are all stock KTM. This is a direct bolt up fitment. Do note that the KTM rear rotor is the same size as a 400S/E 220mm. The 18” The 19” The 17”
  3. Drill your rear rim and install a second rim lock. Then, if you do get a puncture, the tire stays on the rim better without eventually coming off as with a single rim lock.
  4. motomedx

    Stop pinch flats

    A desert racing friend of mine and 20 year motorcycle mechanic actually gave me this cheap fix. Take an old inner tube of the same size and cut out the center strip about 3/4 inch, the area that would meet the rim band. Then take the remaining piece of inner tube and wrap it around the good tube evenly. Install both tubes together inside the tire. What this does is prevent the tire sidewall from pinching the good tube causing a slice. Rubber pinching rubber won't cut the good tube when you hit a rock or g-out, compressing the side wall. I have never had to finish a race with a flat since doing this and its cheaper and lighter than thick tubes or moose type tubes. Give it a try you wont be sorry.
  5. If you ride in hard, rocky terrain, you might notice that your knobs tear off quite easily, even if you're running the correct tire for the terrain. To minimize this, drill a hole in the face of each knob with a 1/6" bit. To avoid going too deep, drilling in the tire's carcass, get some tape and wrap the drill, marking the depth in which you should stop. Drilling the knobs helps get rid of excess heat, which in turn, greatly reduces the tearing of knobs. Also, if your tight and don't like spending $130 on a new M12, you can grab an angle grinder and square off the edges of a worn tire, just don't go to deep:crazy:
  6. I ran into an issue in a recent enduro where I got a flat about 2/3 of the way through the race. Not having the time to do major surgery on the course I decided to opt for a quick fix. The main problem usually is maintaining a bead, even if the tire is still on the rim the first big turn will roll it right off. Now if you have an expensive full wheel beadlock then you can ignore this specific tip. I unfortunately don't so the solution for me was simple. I usually carry a handful of zip ties to deal with the occasional problem, when the flat occurred I took the largest ties I had and zip tied the wheel to the rim about every 6 or so inches all the way around the tire. This kept the tire on the rim and I was able to finish the race. I'll grant you not as fast as I would have liked but finishing was my goal.
  7. Parts and repairs aren't getting any easier to buy. This will greatly increase the service life of new sealed bearings. Before installing new sealed bearings, GENTLY pop out the seals from the side of the bearing. Using a well worn, (no sharp edges) small flat screwdriver should keep the seals damage free. Most bearings are lubed very poorly with thin grease sort of like petroleum jelly). It's best to wash/scrub this low-quality grease completely out and re-fill, pushing the grease through from one side to the other with your favorite. Boat trailer spec. grease is great because of its moisture resistance. The attached thumbnail pic are "before" pics. Nearly zero grease in one side of these new wheel bearings!
  8. Ripping your valve stem out is a terrible way to end your ride. Try this next tire change: when tightening the rim lock, (especially on a fresh new tire) make sure to re-tighten it after a bit of riding. The rim lock will "bite" into the tire slightly after a few stops and starts. Tightening about 80-90% followed by re-tightening will increase the "bite", more than one extreme torque job. Rims can be deformed quite badly from over tightening rim locks. If very low psi/run-flat ability is desired, using two rim locks spaced 180 degrees (opposite each other) on the rim is the best option. For extreme cases like competition hill climbs and sand drags, some racers will drill six or more holes through the rim flange and screw the tire bead to the flange with sheet metal screws. Usually this is only required with lots of HP and traction. Roost with confidence! 👍
  9. 1 review

    Traction on mid-hard terrain Metzeler MC 360™ MID HARD is the perfect choice for medium and hard terrains and features has a higher land/sea ratio than the mid-soft to ensure an adequate footprint for maximum adhesion. Its unique characteristic is the CKB (Continuous Knob Binding) design that is a layer of rubber surrounding every knob to maximize the tearing and wearing resistance of knobs and the versatility of use in all terrains. Front mid-hard specification has 5 rows of knobs Front 90/90 - 21 M/C 54M MST 80/100 - 21 M/C 51M MST Rear 120/80 - 19 M/C 63M MST 110/90 - 19 M/C 62M MST 100/90 - 19 M/C 57M MST 140/80 - 18 M/C 70M MST 120/100 - 18 M/C 68M MST 110/100 - 18 M/C 64M MST 100/100 - 18 M/C 59M MST
  10. 1 review

    Heavy-duty tubes made specifically for off-road and motocross European made, these are the sturdiest, highest quality tubes on the market 3mm thick natural rubber construction helps resist pinch flats Imported
  11. 1 review

    FasterUSA Excel A60 - Full one year warranty on hubs - Hubs accept OEM bearings, seals, spacers and spokes. - Machined in Southern California from 100% certified US 6061T6 aluminum billet. FasterUSA Excel A60 Excel rims have been the benchmark for all other rim companies over the past few decades. The Excel A60 rim is the highest level offered by Excel and is 10-15 % stronger than the legendary Takasago rim and is only available in black. These are the highest level of rims available and are used by countless Factory teams and professional riders. The rims are laced to FasterUSA hubs with heavy duty high carbon steel spokes.FasterUSA hubs are machined in Southern California out of solid billet heat treated 6061 T6 aluminum. For added strength only US aluminum is used (nothing Chinese). Our outer wheel spacers are machined out of 7075 aluminum to prevent 'grooving' and have water deflection contours machined in them to extend bearing life. OEM spokes, nipples and rims will work with these hubs. Hubs come with a full one year warranty against any defects. Our hubs accept OEM spokes, bearings, seals and spacers.
  12. 3 reviews

    546 SERIES Shinko tires feature a high carbon compound in a variety of models to suit all terrain conditions. Front knobs use a 45° knob pattern for a better biting edge when cornering and better braking stability Tall knobs offer excellent traction in soft to intermediate loam conditions 90/100 sizing features a taller side wall to prevent pinch flats in roots and rocky conditions. 80/100 sizing feature lower profile sidewall for more precise cornering and less sidewall flex Work very well in a wide range of soil conditions from mud, sand to intermediate loam Tall wide spaced knobs offer great self cleaning to provide excellent straight line traction on softer conditions Rubber compound offers excellent durability for long knob life
  13. 1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The most versatile hypersport tyre for road and track use. A high performance tyre on the road and perfect for on-track sessions. Profile and structure make it a reference point in the segment thanks to the excellent support ensured in inclination and rapid realignment coming out of bends. Made with the most modern EPT design technologies developed in the WSBK, and thanks to multi-compound composition with three zones at the rear capable of optimising the area of contact, ensures the maximum grip on road and racetrack. Maximum performance on the racetrack and great reactivity on the road for incredible control of the bike in all situations. A tread with an aggressive pattern in line with the Rosso style.
  14. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS Brand: E-Z Tire Beads Item Weight: 5 ounces Product Dimensions: 5 x 2 x 3 inches Item model number: TBKM2-2 Manufacturer Part Number: TBKM2-2 Folding: No Cover Included: Beads, Bottle, Tube, Valve core tool
  15. 1 review

    Putting a paddle tire on your offroad vehicle for use in loose sand is one of the easiest things you can do to fully utilize your power in loose sand. It is a small investment to make, and is worth it even if you only visit the dunes every so often. Paddle tires, or sand tires, are strictly for use in very loose packed sand, such as wide dunes. Using them in areas with hard packed sand or dirt, or (worse yet) pavement, will shred the edges of your paddles within a matter of feet, seriously damaging their usefulness. Dunlop may or may not still makes these tires, as of right now they cannot be found online.
  16. 9 reviews

    Where a Trials tire falls short in braking and lose soil conditions, the Shinko 505 “Cheater” bridges that gap to make it the ultimate hybrid off-road tire. It's so good that “it’s almost like cheating”. Features: > New hybrid hard enduro / extreme single track trail tire finds traction in the most extreme conditions > Best of both worlds, soft sticky rubber compound like the Trail Pro trials tire in a knobby tread pattern to work in a wider variety of soil conditions > Adds confidence even in the most demanding terrain
  17. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION FRONT Wheel= 19" X 1.60" BLACK RIM & RED HUB REAR Wheel= 16" X 1.85" BLACK RIM & RED HUB 6061-T6 GRADE ALUMINUM SPOOL TYPE CNC MACHINED HUB POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL SPOKES AND NIPPLES 7000 SERIES ALLOY RIMS THIS WHEEL INCLUDES BEARINGS AND ARE LACED AND TRUED IN HOUSE TO EXCEED FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS. Professional installation recommended.
  18. 2 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Flexibility of use on asphalt roads and on rough ground, with high levels of road holding and safety on all types of surface. Tread with large central blocks for a more stable ride and V arrangement for the maximum grip in traction and braking. Optimised carcass for best stability at high speeds even at full load. Compound with balanced silica content capable of ensuring high mileage and better grip on both dry and wet surfaces
  19. A quick and easy way to make your rear tire work like new is to cut the knobs square again. If you have a knobby knife, you can use that and most say they have good results using it. If not, you can purchase an inexpensive decal remover from harbor freight. It looks exactly like the knobby knife, but is cheaper. Last option I know of is what I did 2 days ago to my rear tire before a local harescramble. I used a 4-1/2" angle grinder to re-cut the leading edges of the knobs in the drive direction. I used a 1/8" abrasive cut off wheel on the grinder. Wear safety glasses and do it in a well ventilated area. There will be smoke and hot pieces of rubber coming off the wheel. Last, remember to take it a little at a time. Don't go too deep or you will ruin the tire. It took me around 30mins to do the rear tire, I was in no rush.
  20. 1 review

    Ultra trick light weight vented front wheel spacers (sold individually) with integrated seal guard. Available for all CRF 250 and 450 R models 2002-2013. CNC machined from a solid chunk of T6061 aluminum. Chose from brilliant anodized red, bright polished or natural aluminum finishes. The finishing touch to the complete Factory "Works" look!
  21. 2 reviews

    Load Rating: 59 Tire Type: Offroad Speed Rating: L Rim Size: 19 Tire Size: 110/80-19 Tire Construction: Radial Position: Rear NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. CAUTION: The 255 Trail Pro is a D.O.T. approved tire but is not recommended for commuter/continuous highway use. It is a tire for serious off road and trials applications and can be legally used on highway to connect off road trail heads, For dual sport use, recommend the Shinko 241, 244, 700 or 705 series tires. Super soft compound with a highly flexible radial carcass, provides excellent grip on rocks and other slick terrain Lightweight, reduces un-sprung weight for improved performance and maneuverability Works excellent in gnarly single-track terrain Available in 18in. rear radial sizes 19in size allows use by most all full size motocross bikes without changing rear rims DOT approved
  22. 2 reviews

    The Shinko 705 has a versatile tread pattern that provides excellent wet and dry weather adhesion and smooth running on the highway Features include: Rubber compound resists tearing during off road use DOT approved, 4 ply rated All sizes designed for front or rear fitment unless noted
  23. 4 reviews

    Restore steering and braking control lost due to worn or rusted wheel bearings Double-sealed ball bearings keep moisture and contamination out ATV bearing kits include all bearings and seals for repair for both wheels
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