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Old 05-04-2013, 06:40 AM   #83
stuntheavy OP
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Joined: Jan 2013
Location: Tejas
Oddometer: 146
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.

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!

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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