Question about 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50
This was the best advice! I almost broke the wheel trying to get the tire off the rim. I also invested $25 in a threaded rod and hardware to secure the wheel to my work bench, and some pretty useless plastic rim protectors. Finally my mechanic neighbor came over and after about 10 minutes of grunting and groaning he said we were going to break something. I took the wheel and new tire to a new tire shop in town and they mounted it in two minutes, and charged me $5.00. I changed out the tire on my 21" wire wheel (from my sporty) and that was doable. I won't do it myself again, but it's good to know that if I HAVE to, I can change the tires out on at least one bike.
Posted on Sep 27, 2011
I have been riding for over 50 years and a machanic for over 30 and I don't change my own tires.My advice to you is that you remove the wheel assembly and take it in to have the tire changed and wheel balanced. Good Luck
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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