The trouble with the rear is behind me...
DIY tire changes in the driveway.
So I watched this British stunter change his rear tire using this method, and as the Bandit is no great beauty, thought I'd give it a go myself.
|A tri-folded bathmat to prevent damage to the rim|
|I tried this five times before it popped off|
|On the backside, I had to do it twice, the secret is to rotate 1/8 of a turn|
|The new tire slipped onto the rim easier than my 17" tubed KLR tire changes. Easy!|
There is a caveat here, I need rim protectors if I'm going to play games like this with bike in better condition, as I added minor scratches the rim in a few places. (I hit a deer with this bike in 2007
, who is counting nicks and scratches?)
|The bead popped in with no trouble at all!|
|Metzler Roadtec Z8|
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