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    Default Tire Balance

    Hi, had a question cause i have my new Michellen front tire for my 06 R1, do u guys also balance the tires for da same 25 bucks? thanks
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    Most places balance when they do a mount.
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    Yes, if you carry-in your front tire, it is $25. for mounting & balancing. $15. if you bring in just the wheel.
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    Hey what other services do you do in RGV Cycles?

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    We are primarily a motorcycle tire shop. Always 100+ unique sizes in stock, and for the popular sizes usually have 2 or 3 brand options for the customer. As always the lowest prices in the R.G.V..
    Tires are done on a walk-in basis, first come first served and always done the "same day". We also do a lot of LED lighting, but that is by appointment only. Other than that we're an aftermarket parts store.
    We do not do oil changes, tune-ups, or other repairs.
    Thanks for asking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RGV Cycle Stuff View Post
    Yes, if you carry-in your front tire, it is $25. for mounting & balancing. $15. if you bring in just the wheel.
    im lost, what does this mean


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    Quote Originally Posted by donR6 View Post
    im lost, what does this mean
    If you remove the wheel yourself and just take the wheel and tire into the shop.

    Anyone ever use balance beads?

    http://www.innovativebalancing.com/motorcycle.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by donR6 View Post
    im lost, what does this mean
    I could be wrong, and correct me if I am, BUT, I interpret it this way:

    Yes, if you carry-in your front tire, (which you bought somewhere else) it is $25. for mounting & balancing. $15. if you bring in just the wheel (and buy a tire from us)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Iron View Post
    I could be wrong, and correct me if I am, BUT, I interpret it this way:

    Yes, if you carry-in your front tire, (which you bought somewhere else) it is $25. for mounting & balancing. $15. if you bring in just the wheel (and buy a tire from us)
    Hmmm....that could be it too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiderRoy View Post
    I used them on my wing. They work really well. I think Zack might have them on his FJ.
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