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I have a honda c-rv 97 and it produces grinding sound on the rear left wheel. When I jacked the wheel and tried to remove it, rhe rim got stucket with the wheel drum so I used a piece of timber to hit the...


Most likely your rear brake shoes are worn down far beyond the min limits and you now have metal to metal contact, which causes the grinding noise, overheating and poor braking. You most likely will need to replace the drums. The other rear wheel will probably be the same.

Feb 05, 2015 | Honda Cars & Trucks

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What are the wheel and tire sizes front and rear for my 99 1200 sportster?


Fitment for 1999 XL Tubeless Cast Wheels:


Wheel Position and size = 19 inch Front; Rim Size and Contour = T19x 2.15 MT; Rim Valve Hole Diameter = 0.45 inch; Tire Size = Dunlop D401 ELITE S/T 100/90-19



Wheel Position and size = 16 inch Rear; Rim Size and Contour = T16 x 3.00 D; Rim Valve Hole Diameter = 0.35 inch Tire Size = Dunlop D401 ELITE S/T 130/90-16


Wheel Position and size = 19 Inch Front; Rim Size and Contour = T19x2.50 TLA; Rim Valve Hole Diameter = 0.45 inch Tire Size = Dunlop K591 S&FR Elite SP 100/90-V19


Wheel Position and size = 16 Inch Rear; Rim Size and Contour = T16x3.00 D; Rim Valve Hole Diameter = 0.45 inch Tire Size = Dunlop K591 S&FR Elite SP 130/90-V16


Tire Fitment for 1999 XL Tube Laced Wheels:


Wheel Position and size = 19 Inch Front; Rim Size and Contour = T19x2.50 TLA; Tube Size = MJ90-19 Tire Size = Dunlop D401 ELITE S/T 100/90-19


Wheel Position and size = 16 Inch Rear; Rim Size and Contour = T16 x 3.00 D ; Tube Size = MT90-16; Tire Size = Dunlop D401 ELITE S/T 130/90-16


Wheel Position and size = 21 Inch Front; Rim Size and Contour = T21x215 TLA; Tube Size = 3.00 x 21; Tire Size = Dunlop Touring ELITE II MH90 - 21 56H


Wheel Position and size = 16 inch Rear; Rim Size and Contour = T16x 3.00 D; Tube Size = MT90-16; Tire Size = Dunlop Touring ELITE II MT90 - B16


Tire Pressure - All Models:


Cold up to 300 Lb. Load (includes rider, passenger and cargo)


Front = 30 psi (2.1 bar)

Rear = 36 psi (2.5 bar)


Up to GVWR maximum load


Front = 30 psi (2.1 bar)

Rear = 40 psi (2.8 bar)

Jul 07, 2014 | 1993 Harley Davidson XLH Sportster 883

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Lawn tractor rear tire flat


The bead of the tyre is tight on the rim, you need to apply force to the edge of the tyre close to the rim edge, use your weight stand on the edge with some good boots it will eventually give, the problem will then be re sealing it, your local car tyre shop may be the best bet.

May 01, 2013 | Garden

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Alexrims dm18


The rim should not cause any problem - but you'll need different length spokes.

Rear hubs and front hubs are different widths, have different height hub flanges, and different amounts of "dish" (offset from the center of the hub body.

If your hubs and rims are in good shape; go ahead and re-use them; but you'll need help measuring or want to use a spoke calculator online for the correct length spokes.

Oct 29, 2012 | Alex DM18 Rim - 26 Inch x 32 Hole Black SV

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The rear tyre of my fz16 fails to maintain air pressure due to the damage of the rear rim.in near future i would like to change the rim as well as the tyre.as to maintain a high mileage i would like to...


Don't change tyre sizes. This is a bike with 112mph top speed. The tyre was designed for that bike. Buy the tire size that fits it. In most cases rims can be repaired. Cracks can be filled and machined back to spec. If it is a tubeless tire, removing the tire from the rim, soaping it and refitting it will often stop the air leak.

Dec 20, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Correct procedure to remove rear tire from 2007 suzuki intruder vl1500.


Do you mean tyre or wheel.? Tyre removal requires the use of a tyre bead breaker and levers and rim protectors, once the tyrehas been broken away from the wheel all around on both sides , start tyre removal with the valve at about 1oclock insert a rim protector followed by a tyre lever and rest it against the rim protector and under the first bead of the tyre, then push the tyre into the middle of the wheel rim at about 6oclock on the rim, and keep it down while yuo push down the tyre lever against the rim pulling the tyre over the rim at the valve end, you will then need to insert another lever close to the ready inserted one to continue pulling the tyre over the rim all the way around untill removed completely, wheel removal on this bike is easy, securing the bike is not, because of the rear fender design you will have to lift the bike high enough to remove the wheel from the rear of the bike once it has been removed from the bike, Remove the securing nut from the r,hand side its a little fiddely unless you remove the exhaust silencers which is probably the best bet, remove the rear caliper and carrier from the bike, pull the wheel spindle from the left side out, it may need a slight. Knock to start from the r,hand side, then the caliper. Carrier can be removed , note order of spacers, and place in a safe place for replacment, from the right grab the wheel with both hands and pull gently untill it is removed from the diff, carefully remove from the frame takeing care not to mark the wheel or other paintwork, and not to dismount the vehicle fro its stand,

Apr 24, 2011 | Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder LC Motorcycles

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How do I remove the rear rims from my 1999 plymouth breeze?


Remove all of the nuts off of the rim,which i assume you already did,if the wheels do not come off then,then a big hammer and a lot of pounding will be required.Do the pounding from the inside of the rim(you may want to alternate from front to rear if the rim is frozen due to rust).You will likely need a 5lbs hammer or larger to free the rims,when you put it back together use a never seize compound,you will be happier the next time you need to take off the wheels.

Sep 28, 2010 | 1999 Plymouth Breeze

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What are the wheel and tire sizes front and rear for my 99 883 sposter?


Tire sizes. Front 100/90-19
Rear 130/90-16

Wheel sizes front laced - 19 in.
rim width and contour - T19 X 2.5 TLA
Tube size - MJ90-19

Wheel size rear laced - 16 in.
rim width and contour - T16 X 3.00 D
Tube size - MJ90-16

Wheel diameter tubless rim front - 19 in
rim width and contour - T19 X 2.5 MT

Wheel diameter tubeless rim rear - 16 in.
rim width and contour - T16 X 3.00 D

May 26, 2010 | 1993 Harley Davidson XLH Sportster 883

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My car has been making noise when I stop. I had the front brakes and rotors replaced but this didn't solve the problem. Recently I noticed there is a brown substance around the rim of the back tire. ...


You need to check your rear brakes they may be worn to the point they have to be replaced. You don't say if noise is coming from front or rear but with the dust coming out onto the rear rims I think you will find that you need new rear brakes.

Jan 30, 2010 | 2003 Chevrolet Impala

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