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    Are there any recommended people for this? My work schedule is stupid busy and I've got a flat back tyre, any help would be muchly appreciated.

  • #2
    Do you need a new tyre or the tyre plugged?

    Can you get the rear wheel off and drop that in to get fixed?

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    • #3
      I'd have no idea how to take the wheel off sorry.

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      • #4
        Your going to need to give more info where are you located

        someone might least be able to come and plug it and pump it up to get you to a shop for you
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        • #5
          Originally posted by elb94 View Post
          I'd have no idea how to take the wheel off sorry.
          You'd need a rear stand or borrow one You should have one though so you can lube your chain properly

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          • #6
            I'm not too sure, but i think K-Tec racing might be able to do it.

            K-Tec Racing

            K-TEC Racing also offers a fully equipped mobile mechanic service in the metro area if required.
            Feel free to call K-TEC for any advice about your bike, Kamahl and Hayden are happy to take the time to help. K-TEC Racing wants to be your first choice for motorcycle servicing and repairs. We look forwad to your call.
            huh?

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            • #7
              I'm in Stratton and would need to get it to highway yamaha in midland. I'd pay the extra money for someone to come to my house and plug It up for me if that helps, I just need it fixed for a weeks worth of riding if possible so I can buy a new one. How reliable is a plug on a tyre?

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              • #8
                Mobile bike tyre fitting

                Originally posted by elb94 View Post
                I'm in Stratton and would need to get it to highway yamaha in midland. I'd pay the extra money for someone to come to my house and plug It up for me if that helps, I just need it fixed for a weeks worth of riding if possible so I can buy a new one. How reliable is a plug on a tyre?
                Why is it flat, had a nail in it or something?
                Take a pic of the tyre/hole?
                If it's repairable you could go buy a plug kit yourself and do it. It's easy, or if you're not confident I'm sure there are loads of people that could help you do it. I know people that have put on a new tyre, got a hole unit not long after and plugged it, lasted as long as the tyre.

                Your not far from me, in a pinch I could help you either plug it or take your wheel off for you to take somewhere.
                What bike is it?

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                Last edited by kennyboy; 30-11-2013, 06:12 AM.
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                • #9
                  Go to malz buy a stand. $50
                  Put bike on stand securely.
                  Undo axle nut. Take axle out. Support wheel,
                  Pull chain off, wheel comes out. it will just pull out of the brake no need to undo.
                  Or take this blokes offer ^
                  #63

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                  • #10
                    Problem was a screw straight through the tyre! Fookin hell.

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                    • #11
                      Tyre fixed thanks to stoneville and Kenny! Thanks a lot

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