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2009-07-23 09:39:13 by TwstdSistr

Looking for motorcycle maintenance

I have a 99 Honda Magna and I need to get my front forks & both tires replaced. The forks are leaking and my front tire shows cracks on the side walls. I've had it parked for over 2 months and I'm ready to have it back in motion. Does anyone know anyone who can do this type of work or should I just take it to Honda of Tulsa?

2009-05-06 10:09:51 by thumpinelse

Another reason for more than one

Motorcycle.
I find myself riding like there is no tomorrow when on my sub 300# Thumper. Full throttle acceleration out of the corners, 70-80 mph, making noise (intake howl anyway)
On the CBR, I venture into the triple digit territory when I have a clear shot up the road, I use up the tires but have a lot more reverence for the bike. It deserves it, I don't think I have ever full throttled it out of a corner (I'm not into wheelies-anymore)Maybe because it makes me feel like a rolling citation- I take it easier than I might.
After a short ride the other day with honda-shadow-rider, I can see where riding a cruiser might slow me down & be good for cruising the speed limit?
Next on the list is the Dual purpose

2012-01-02 16:24:11 by tensleeplake

Tire question

I ride a 2008 Honda Nighthawk and need a rear tire. The front is ok but the back is shot, so I have a couple of questions (I am ready for the snarky comments, but have also found truly helpful people on this site).
1. Is it normal for the front tire to wear better than the back because of weight distribution?
2. Can any tire take a tube or do I need a specific tire?
3. Can anyone recommend an online site for tires (I have searched and only found a few tires in the proper size 120/90-16)
and
4. Are there any markings on motorcycle tire that indicate expected tread wear?

2008-03-10 09:38:49 by yesorno

Honda rebel 250, not working, $500

There's a honda rebel
1985, 7K miles, 250cc
tires are low on the tread
has been sitting for 3 years non operating
dent on tank
missing light signal, other one is broken
battery isn't running good enough to start the motorcycle, but it can honk
honda says it would run about $700 to get new tires and clean our the carb and all. do i really have to do all this or can i just buy the bike, put in a battery and go?
how much does something like this go for?

2010-06-25 08:41:51 by stsarah

A motorcycle's value is determined by

The rider, the buyer. Quality components improve the riding experience. The investment is worthwhile if the rider enjoys the machine and it suits their needs at that time.
Besides, your life is riding on your tires. They are always a worthwhile investment. Tires could range from $100 - $500 for that bike, hardly "approaching the value of the bike" even if you were going by NADA or KBB.
Suggested Retail Value $2,110


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