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  1. #121 Re: SHINERAY HUSQVARNA branded S.W.M 
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    So if you just had the front wheel balanced correctly would that off cured the problem.?
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    Yes, that is correct. But as the clamp is a solid rubber block with steel inlay bolt and is relatively heavy it is better to remove it instead of adding more weight for counter balancing. Increased weight goes all time with increased forces.
    So I actually reduced forces and hope its good for bearings and overall structure.

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  3. #123 Re: SHINERAY HUSQVARNA branded S.W.M 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShuBen View Post
    Yes, that is correct. But as the clamp is a solid rubber block with steel inlay bolt and is relatively heavy it is better to remove it instead of adding more weight for counter balancing. Increased weight goes all time with increased forces.
    So I actually reduced forces and hope its good for bearings and overall structure.

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    Thanks, I understand now.
    To point out to people who don't live here in China, to find a tyre shop that.?
    1. Can balance motorbike wheels.
    2 Can find a person who understands how to balance a Motorbike wheel.
    Is like trying to find Rocking Horse Shit.
    I explained just in case someone asked ShuBen why you didn't opp for the tyre balancing way.
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  4. #124 Re: SHINERAY HUSQVARNA branded S.W.M 
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    thats unfortunately very true. There might be some hidden talents but its a jackpot if you find them.

    E.g. My SWM dealer should put a set of Karoo3 Dualsport tires on me BRANDNEW! bike. It ends that my rear tube was punctured before rolling out and both rims have been heavily scratched. :-(
    As I was concerned I had asked them to use a tire machine because these tires are quite hard to install, but seems a idiot did it by hand and bad tire irons

    The only thing i could achieve was "Sorry"..... and now they wonder that I do all maintenance on my own.
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  5. #125 Re: SHINERAY HUSQVARNA branded S.W.M 
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    and now they wonder that I do all maintenance on my own
    The best way.

    I needed a new gear sensor fitted the the MT the other day.
    C.F. sent the new part to a local dealer, and I just picked it up from them to be fitted by me at a later date. Lol
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  6. #126 Re: SHINERAY HUSQVARNA branded S.W.M 
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    You can balance the tire yourself. It is not too hard.
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    @moilami, I still think the less additional weight on a wheel the better. The weight is every time placed at a specific spot and not evenly distributed around the rim.

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  8. #128 Re: SHINERAY HUSQVARNA branded S.W.M 
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    Proposal for modified engine guard (You might order from me )

    Brand: ShuBen Design
    3mm AL sheet metal, laser cut, bent and weld, anodized surface

    original SWM, ShuBen engine guard
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  9. #129 Re: SHINERAY HUSQVARNA branded S.W.M 
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    I keep my eyes open for the ShuBen shop next.
    Looks good, the only way to do it here in China, design & build yourself.
    Next move place an add on Taobao.
    But then again. You will be dealing with Chinese buyers.lol
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    Have you built the rack for boxes/luggage?
    I remember you said the rear frame needs to be reinforced to carry weight, have you done that?
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