Re: [T TBS R] rims and tires
- On 7/29/2013 10:23 AM, Rick Peterson wrote:
> .you'll notice thatOlder bikes often use the same size tire on both ends. Tires designed
> the Front Tread Pattern of most M/C tires is opposite of direction of the
> Rear Tread Pattern...
for both positions have 2 rotation arrows, one front and one back. Back
tires accelerate the bike and front tires decelerate the bike, hence, if
you must mount a rear tire on the front, mount it withe the arrow
pointing against the normal rotation.
- Hi guys!
You can find one of these here : http://www.leboncoin.fr/equipement_moto/487651667.htm?ca=21_s
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dick Winningstad" <lemans3@...> wrote:
> Thanks Peter. The site did not have the extension for a Sport but the site
> is added to my favorites. Meanwhile the search goes on. The standard
> Thunderbird fender will not fit without some adjusting to the mounting
> holes. Something I may end up doing.
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> If you can find one, Triumph made a front mudguard extension, p/n A9708009.
> If you can't find one of those, I'd talk to the guys at Sprint Mfg
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> <mailto:triumphthunderbirdsportriders%40yahoogroups.com> , "Dick
> Winningstad" <lemans3@> wrote:
> > Does anyone make a longer front fender for the TBS? Sort of like the non-S
> T Bird.
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