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OK now someone explain to me again how we get the air into the tire.
Sorry guys and gals but had to post something, it was looking empty in here
 

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Yea, and don't forget to switch over to winter air.....the temps are starting to drop :twofinger
 

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Dont forget to use plenty of stem lube (haha stem lube):twofinger
 

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Hmmmm stem lube I could probably find but winter air in FL. I don't think so.:laughing
 

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Over torque those stem caps and you can count on your headlight burning out in about a week or two....;) :D
 

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Ca-Da-Te Brother!
 

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Just be carefule not to twist the stem. You don't want to start loosing air. Then you have to be careful about the amount of winter air you put in it is heaver than the summer air.:laughing
 

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By the look of things problems with cruisers are non-existant:laughing
 

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Well Cruisers are not known to attract a bunch of squids. So the bikes are not being torn up and wreched as often.
We do have assholes that like to snub other riders and just be all around jerks.
 

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By the look of things problems with cruisers are non-existant:laughing
Just wait till the site grows. I've been to enough biker events to know that this section will be used heavily once the Cruiser side takes off.
 

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Just wait till the site grows. I've been to enough biker events to know that this section will be used heavily once the Cruiser side takes off.
Oh im sure it will. Im betting it will be the new "Harley Hang Out":laughing :redflip
 

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this isn't such a bad question, and it is lonely here. When I go to a place where a lot of bikes have gathered, I would like to have a guage and walk around and just see how many people are running too low or high pressures. I don't think people pay as much attention to their pressures as they should.
 

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I agree I have seen a ton of bikes riding around on low tires.
Then they wonder why the fronts are cupping.
I keep a air gage in my jacket pocket and check the tires just about everytime I ride.
Yea this place is quite, but I think it will pick up so once it starts getting to cold to ride.
 
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