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  • #16
    Originally posted by gruss View Post
    i'd consider it, but i'm gonna do some home work first...the last time i read anything about somebody thowing beads into a hole, it was another website, and i wont be going back there any time soon.....thanks Mo, wherever you are...:)
    ROTFLMAO!!!!


    I went there too......

    Back on topic....beads are to be given away after being flashed with a set of [email protected] anyway.
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    • #17
      Not sure about using them on a motorcycle tire but it sounds very similar to a product my dad used to balance his big truck tires for the last several years before he retired. I don't ever remember him saying anything about a negative ride but he did swear that it would increase his tire life by at least 25%. The increased tire wear was the main reason he had used them as he was paying for his own tires because he was an owner/operator.

      I think I will pass on using them in my bike tires though.
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      • #18
        Well lots of people swear by lots of things but when I use what someone swears by it usually is chit! I myself wouldn't trust it unless I put them in then have the wheel run on a balancer.
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        • #19
          While it may be the greatest thing since sliced bread it doesn't mean I will rush out and use it if you know what i mean.
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          • #20
            I'll wait until further down the road myself...
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            • #21
              I have them in the King tires. If you line up your tire when mounting it, it won't hardly need balancing anyway. But, my bike rides smooth as butter. I'v ehad them in there for about 1500 miles. The guy I bought them from also sells tires. He sent me two small packets with about 2 OZ. in each one. I placed them in the tire right before setting the bead on them. But, supposedly you can shoot them right in the valve stem.

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              • #22
                So you'll do it again?
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by TheBoss View Post
                  So you'll do it again?
                  If you are speaking to me, hell yes. My bike rides very smooth with the beads in them. I'm also gonna fill my tires with helium..........they say it makes the bikes lighter....hahahahaha

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by blacksheep View Post
                    If you are speaking to me, hell yes. My bike rides very smooth with the beads in them. I'm also gonna fill my tires with helium..........they say it makes the bikes lighter....hahahahaha
                    :watching Helium????
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                    • #25
                      Gruss you still got a link to Mo's bead site??
                      THE NEGATIVE ONE no better don't click
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by vlade View Post
                        Gruss you still got a link to Mo's bead site??
                        Vlade, Its not safe to ask for the Mo site curse out loud....Most people's hair falls out and they start to drool shortly after.....:belly

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by gruss View Post
                          Vlade, Its not safe to ask for the Mo site curse out loud....Most people's hair falls out and they start to drool shortly after.....:belly
                          And that affects me how, again?
                          **Note: The technical info I provide is suggestive. I am not a perfeshunel.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Dave63 View Post
                            And that affects me how, again?
                            :tmi
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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Dave63 View Post
                              And that affects me how, again?
                              yea me too. damage done
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                              • #30
                                Supposedly they can be used with tubeless or tubed tires. Not sure I want something rolling around inside a softer rubber tube as opposed to the tire. May not matter with these though. Here is a website with more info.
                                http://www.innovativebalancing.com/motorcycle.htm
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