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Dirtbike, quad, and street bike talk / Re: Ve35 review
« Last post by redrider911 on August 01, 2018, 09:04:03 am »
I havenít had to buy tires in awhile but $87.50 for a front? Seems like they jacked up the price $15 for the $20 rebate
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Craigslist and Ebay ads / Re: YZ250F: Gangsta Edition
« Last post by redrider911 on July 31, 2018, 08:55:51 pm »
Donít do meth, kids
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Dirtbike, quad, and street bike talk / Re: Ve35 review
« Last post by Trail Ryder on July 27, 2018, 11:53:55 pm »

I have run the Kenda Washougal front and liked it, but I preferred the Bridgestone M59 or Michelin M12 XC fronts better.


Rocky Mountain is currently selling the Bridgestone M59 fronts for $87.50 but there is a $20 rebate now (so $67.50):

https://itagroup.hs.llnwd.net/o40/BridgestoneBOSS/PromoPDF/MOTOUS1803.pdf

Rocky Mountain will process the rebate for you on your behalf after the purchase.
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All that stuff in there looks HEAVY:

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Dirtbike, quad, and street bike talk / Re: The Alta Motors Redshift
« Last post by Trail Ryder on July 16, 2018, 08:11:46 pm »
Now there is an Alta Dual Sport:

https://www.dirtrider.com/alta-motors-announces-2019-redshift-exr?CMPID=ene062818



I got to ride it in the woods the other day.  A very cool bike.
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Dirtbike, quad, and street bike talk / Re: Towing a dirtbike with a car
« Last post by Brenden on July 11, 2018, 07:57:47 pm »
The paint is pretty bad and i want to recoat it.  I will look into that bed liner paint.
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Dirtbike, quad, and street bike talk / Re: Towing a dirtbike with a car
« Last post by Trail Ryder on July 09, 2018, 02:51:17 pm »
A buddy of mine has a harbor freight unit hes going to sell me for 150. 

If you can, repaint the metal with some of that roll-on, do-it-yourself bedliner stuff (probably $20 at the auto parts store).  That should make is last and look decent for a while.

I ordered one of those fancy clampy wheel chocks.

They are pretty sweet and reliable 99% of the time; just be sure to add provisions for tie down attachment points.  Belts and suspenders for sure, but for that 1% time you will be glad you also have tie downs on.
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Dirtbike, quad, and street bike talk / Re: Towing a dirtbike with a car
« Last post by Brenden on July 08, 2018, 05:15:57 pm »
I ordered one of those fancy clampy wheel chocks.  I also re-read this thread an saw Chris's suggestion of putting angle iron under the plywood and bolting through that.  I will prob. do something like that for extra strength.
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Dirtbike, quad, and street bike talk / Re: Towing a dirtbike with a car
« Last post by ajd187 on July 08, 2018, 03:49:39 pm »
A buddy of mine has a harbor freight unit hes going to sell me for 150. 

Do you guys bolt your wheel chock right to the plywood?

Good call, and yes that is how I have mine set up
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