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Old 10-30-2012, 10:44 AM   #16763
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Originally Posted by 955616846 View Post
Rim locks are not a standard fit on these bikes. If you want them you'll need to add them yourself, but they are not really required until pressures are dropped below 15psi or so.

I have used Tubliss with its integral rim lock on the DR-Z since new.
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I added rim locks to my S model.
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Originally Posted by ifixfords View Post
I drill an extra hole in the wheels opposite of the pre-drilled rim lock hole. Then I use two of the light weight motion pro rim locks opposite each other. With two you can drop the air down really low for extra traction.

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Thanks guys,

looking at the bike, there is a hole (with what seems like a rubber grommet in it) about 6 inches or so away from the inner tube stem hole, is this a hole to fit a rim lock if someone wanted too? just remove the rubber cap thing that is in there?

if it is, then i can use that one, or drill another one like suggested by fixfords, wonder why they did not include one on the bike.
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