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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-28-2012, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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Need tire mounted in Northern Suburbs

I have the Pilot Road rear tire that I need mounted on the SV1000 wheel. Wheel will be off the bike.

I am in Gurnee and work in Des Plaines so location in that vicinity or inbetween would work best.

Anyone knows of good places in that area?
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If you haven't done it yet, I'm in Round Lake (off 120 and Cedar Lake Road) and can do it any day with notice, while you wait. $25 mounted and balanced, off the bike and I'm careful. Hurry though, next year prices will go up (ea. = $30 off bike, $60 on bike). I have a nomar and work on Japanese and Italian bikes mostly. I have the tools and balancer to work on single sided wheels too.

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