Question about 2008 kawasaki KLX 110
You have to pry it over the rim with a set of tire irons. Let all the air out, pry one side off. Then remove the tube, then get the othe side. Be careful not to pinch a hole in the tube. Not easy or fun. I've seen lots of people do it in under 15 min. Not one of them was smileing. :)
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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