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Old 05-04-2013, 07:40 AM   #83
stuntheavy OP
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Joined: Jan 2013
Location: Tejas
Oddometer: 147
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Originally Posted by Trl Rdr View Post
The stock XR rims have a rubber " dust cover" on the valve stems and an oval hole in the rim. No nuts holding the stem! If the tube moves and the stem starts to lean, time for a closer check!
Mine are the stock wheels, but being that the bike is 12 years old, I'm sure they aren't the stock tubes. Someones monkied around with them a time or 7 I'm sure.

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Originally Posted by mathewsturtevant View Post
We're starting the TAT around that time so maybe see you on the trail!
If you see some a-hole out there on an XRR with an ugly helmet, track him down!

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Originally Posted by EvanADV View Post
In and looking forward to hearing where you end up and how.

If you want to do a blog I can hook you up.
Thank you, Sir! I would have no idea where to begin with such a thing, are they difficult to update? I will be running on the TAT with a netbook, so my computer abilities will be quite limited.

I have GoPros but I have a feeling with such limited computer power that I won't even be able to upload raw footage. Perhaps, we'll see.
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