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Old 10-30-2012, 10:20 AM   #16769
ifixfords
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Originally Posted by 150ron View Post
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.
That is a hole for a rim lock and I just add another one opposite of it. Suzuki does not add one to keep the cost down, and most people will not miss it. I like using two, as I set the pressure low on a regular basis for the type of riding I do.
Definitely not necessary for fire roads and light trail riding. In fact as mentioned if you don't go below 15-20 psi, you really don't need a rim lock.

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