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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 11-21-2011, 01:10 PM Thread Starter
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Darksiders only...

Hey guys...
Interesting little site I found for Darksiders. Some of you may enjoy or benefit from their knowledge base too.

If you are not a Darksider, are against Darksiding, or have no interest in Darksiding, please respect others and DO NOT go to this site starting crap and harrassing others.

Thank you...

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Re: Darksiders only...

looks like a great site... and most people who bad mouth the Darkside have never gone the mile and tried it...
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I've been on the Darkside ever since I finished my SaddleSore ride 2 years ago on my 07' FJR.

15,000 miles 4 sets of MC tires. 15,000 miles bairly 1/3 tread gone on car tire. Duhhhh.


Any idea for a Darkside tire for the 400? (Probably one on here somewhere, just new to this site)

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why cant a motorcycle tire be made to last longer?
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why cant a motorcycle tire be made to last longer?

Oh, they can. They can. But then you wouldn't have to buy as many and they wouldn't make as much money off of you.

Motorcycles are, in the USA anyway, a toy. A plaything. Therefore anything that goes along with it is just something that you will pay the price for if you want it. Pure and simple.

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Jason, here's what I got...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/121081567574

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is that a direct fit or is mods needed?
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Direct fit on the 400.

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Jason, here's what I got...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/121081567574
Thanks!

Sheesh a 460 AA rating will probably last 600 years.
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I have about 5k on mine. It hasen't even scratched it....it sayes it's a 40k tire, most likely 30 K who knows in real world. I added 'ride on' tire balancer. it's also a sealer if you get a puncture.

When you go to put the wheel back on, there's a little bit of a plastic ridge hanging down from the trunk department, you will need to grind off about quarter of an inch. It doesn't hurt anything because it's just the ridge of the two plastic moldings together. Take out electric grinder or sander and just scratch that down, or you could try putting the wheel back on with the tire flat.. It's a piece of cake!!!

Seating the bead is going to be a tough one when dark siding... There are many threads already out there about this.

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