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Thread: Tire Balance

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by donR6 View Post
    im lost, what does this mean
    Sorry, written poorly.
    Front tire changes for tubeless bikes (like crotch rockets) are $25. (labor) if you bring the bike in, $10. less if you bring the wheel in.

    I've thought of charging more for customers that bring in their own tires bought elsewhere, but history has shown with my tire and labor prices in 9 out of 10 instances I've found the customer actually ended up spending more or at best breaking even when they did that.

    We do not charge a different rate for mounting tires bought elsewhere.
    Robert
    RGV Cycle Stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiderRoy View Post
    ...Anyone ever use balance beads?

    http://www.innovativebalancing.com/motorcycle.htm
    Some customers love them, some hate them. My personal experience is that they do not work anywhere near as advertised, nor anywhere near as well as a well balanced tire.
    We do not sell them as it leans more towards customers not having good experiences with them.
    Robert
    RGV Cycle Stuff

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