I don't know, you guys... I changed both my B5 OEM tires without any trouble. I watched the three-part tire change video here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw0B2gIwbBgand went to work. It wasn't quite as easy as he makes it look, but I never cursed, not even once! I did get some decent quality levers, though, and protected my rims with plastic folded-in-half yogurt container lids.Here's a couple of forum threads:http://www.enfieldmotorcycles.com/forum/index.php/topic,4054.msg45806.html#msg45806http://www.enfieldmotorcycles.com/forum/index.php/topic,11182.msg130805.html#msg130805
I don't know, you guys... I changed both my B5 OEM tires without any trouble./quote]When I was your age, I patched tires out in the desert! However at my current age of 71, I'll take the wheels off and let someone else take care of it. If I had a changing stand, I'd do it myself. But I don't so someone else who has one can handle it!As slow as Enfields are, I don't think old tires are a real concern, other than traction wise. Those that are bad to start with, like Skid Masters, can only get worse!Bare
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