Dyna beads


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Dyna beads

Postby vaughn » Sun May 17, 2015 6:30 pm



When changing tires, can you reuse the dyna beads? I was going to try my little shop vac once I get one side loose. I have the vac clean and dry so not to get beads dirty. I have not had any shimmy using the beads.



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Re: Dyna beads

Postby RoadRogue » Sun May 17, 2015 6:37 pm

Vyes you can reuse them no problem. I have used the same beads in three different tires . If you are careful you can completely remove the tire from the rim first, then just scoop out the beads with a bussiness card or other small flexible item. 8-)
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Re: Dyna beads

Postby vaughn » Sun May 17, 2015 7:22 pm

Thank's, Removed front wheel tonight. Have a new Elite-3 ordered for it. My carbs are down in Tennessee with Pistol Pete getting a needed rebuild. They are only 32 years old. Will get new tire on front and when carbs come back in a week will be ready to ride.

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Re: Dyna beads

Postby tfdeputydawg » Mon May 18, 2015 12:29 am

Try RideOn, instead of the beads. Not only balanve the wheels/tires, also provides puncture protection!

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Re: Dyna beads

Postby WingAdmin » Mon May 18, 2015 9:42 am

tfdeputydawg wrote:Try RideOn, instead of the beads. Not only balanve the wheels/tires, also provides puncture protection!


And can also cause a mess during de-mounting, which causes you extra charges by the tire place to clean the mess off of their tire machine.

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Re: Dyna beads

Postby harvey01 » Mon May 18, 2015 5:32 pm

RideON can also mess up a TPMS system.
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Re: Dyna beads

Postby tfdeputydawg » Mon May 18, 2015 6:22 pm

WingAdmin wrote:
tfdeputydawg wrote:Try RideOn, instead of the beads. Not only balanve the wheels/tires, also provides puncture protection!


And can also cause a mess during de-mounting, which causes you extra charges by the tire place to clean the mess off of their tire machine.

Understand you feel that way but, I've been using RideOn for years and have not had any mess when changing tires. The product stays in the tire where it belongs.
The 1st time I asked my current tire changer to put my new tires on, he refused when I told hom the old ones had RideOn in them. Told him if there was any mess I'd clean it up.
His experience was with Slime, not RideOn.
He now sells RideOn and suggests it's use for all that he mounts tires for!




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