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    A first time tire change in the Man Cave

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    This weekend I changed my own tires for the first time. Took a little longer than I thought but is very doable as many of you know. Replaced the Tourances with Continental Trail Attacks. So far so good. I was sparked into action when the Postman brought my Marc Parnes wheel balancer on Sat. These are very nice and well functioning pieces of gear. I recommend them, they are a delight to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fanbelt View Post
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    This weekend I changed my own tires for the first time. Took a little longer than I thought but is very doable as many of you know. Replaced the Tourances with Continental Trail Attacks. So far so good. I was sparked into action when the Postman brought my Marc Parnes wheel balancer on Sat. These are very nice and well functioning pieces of gear. I recommend them, they are a delight to use.

    Mike B
    That looks good Mike, it's nice when a new tool works out. As this will have more appeal then just the gang in the Oilhead section, I'm going to move it to Gear. In the Gear section more members will get a chance to take a peek. Gary
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    For those of you who will need the BMW rear wheel adapter, Harbor Freight carries them...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgadley01 View Post
    For those of you who will need the BMW rear wheel adapter, Harbor Freight carries them...

    I believe Harbor Freight no longer stocks that adapter, I'm unable to find it on their website. They had a closeout sale on those about a year ago, I bought three of them at $2-$3 each.

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