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No, go by the original recommended size for your bike. Now that being said - if you want to modify your bike and run a wider tire on your bike I personally can say the 180/55 is a good choice. I am running one on my M2 cyclone. Less expensive and easier to find tires for.
Please LUBE deck belt + rollers bearing too 2) test the input voltage motor, if there are the motor need repair. 3) test the output voltage board, for input voltage motor, if there are NOT the board is faulty. God bless you
I could not find the spoke size online so you should probably take a wheel to the bike shop and ask them. They should not charge you for that. Unless you REALLY know what you are doing, I do NOT recommend you tampering with the wheels of you bike. The wheels are one of the most delicate parts of a bike particularly the spokes. If you dont feel compterable altering your wheels, have the bike shop take care of it. It is easier to pay a little more for labor up front than to try it yourself, mess up and have to replace more parts than originally needed plus labor. For wheel advice use... http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/categories/wheel-and-rim-service
Geez, I dunno, I've repaired my share of flat tires on my old Triumphs.. one in the middle of the night in Yuma. Nice people there.
That being said, it may be that it's not the tire/tube that's the issue when it comes to repairing a flat, it may be that it's an unholy nightmare to get one or both wheels off the bike and back on correctly.
You can get a spoked wheel with o-ring spoke nuts that will run a tubeless tire. I honestly am a little surprised that this isn't the case with your bike- did it come from the factory with tubes?
I would start by checking the voltage of the battery, before just replacing it. I will attach a link to a video on how to do this and also a link to the possible battery if this turns out to be the issue.
We would not recommend that you take the cyclone top apart. This part is designed to be a sealed unit and taking it apart may affect ther performance of your machine ongoing.
If you are concerned with the performance of your machine, please follow the blockage procedure and filter washing instructions on our website in the support section at www.dyson.com or check your user guide.
If you do want to clear dust and debris from the cyclone, we recommend that you simply hold the cyclone top over a bin and bang the sides gently to remove any dust from the inside.
I have a Cybex 500 and am looking for a user manual. Mine also stopped working. It's due to the internal battery running down. What you need is to plug a Power supply into the bike. I used one of these multi voltage adaptors. At the front of the bike you will see a point to plug the adaptor that fits snuggly into it. Mine was set to 12v with a positive pole to center contact. There is a diagram on the front of the bike to show you although mine wasnt marked pos or neg. Switch mains power on and you'll get a series of displays scrolling. You'll be able to now use the bike. I left mine plugged in for 24 hours which charged the internal battery and now works perfectly again. If you can now help me with the manual for the 500 Only want the setup pages. (1 or 2). Thanks.
THE PROBLEM COULD EITHER BE THE BELT HAS SNAPPED AND IN WHICH CASE IT WOULD BE EASIER TO CHANGE THE CLUTCH AS THERE ARE 2 BELTS ON THE CLUTCH. OR THE CLEAR RUBBER HOSE BEHIND THE FOORPLATE COULD BE SPLIT OR THERE COULD BE A BLOCKAGE AT THE TOP OF THE CYCLONE CYLINDER.