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    Just wondering if you folks in the Kansas City area do your own servicing. I have the service manual, torque wrenches and tools so most of it appears to be doable. I don't have a bike stand yet. If you pay someone else to work on your bike, be it a dealer or trusted mechanic and you can share that information, please do. Thanks!
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    Advantage PowerSports rebuilt my transmission under warranty and treated me good. And for you living in Lawrence there is tim at moto care.I've had him do tires before but now i do them myself.He likes cash better than credit cards

    http://www.motorcaretim.com/

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    I have had Olathe Suzuki put two tires on the rear (last one left some pretty rough marks on rim) I have a motorcycle jack now so I will be doing my own from now on

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy450r View Post
    I have had Olathe Suzuki put two tires on the rear (last one left some pretty rough marks on rim) I have a motorcycle jack now so I will be doing my own from now on
    Are you manually removing & installing the tires or do you have a machine for that? Also, how are you balancing your wheels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bazookas View Post
    Are you manually removing & installing the tires or do you have a machine for that? Also, how are you balancing your wheels?
    Manually with tire spoons and dyna beads to balance

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