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07-07-2013 08:44 PM
bevert
tumbleweed

Thanks for all the good info, will be starting on this in the next month or so, will update the job is done.
07-05-2013 08:47 PM
Grump
Brain Fart

You also asked about tire size for the F, 215/45/18 is the only one that fits the F. I have heard, but could not find, of a 205...like I said, couldn't find one so just went safe with the 215. You will have to deflate the tire to get it back on the bike. When you get the axle in, the tire may touch the drive shaft, when you rein folate it you will not have it rubbing. For what it's worth, I have a Hankook Ventus ($85+ shipping) and run 40 psi.
07-05-2013 04:06 PM
mrwizard2 Just had to R&R the rear wheel on mine after getting a nail in the tire. Very easy job. Only need a jack and a few tools. I would however suggest you get the moly paste you need for the splines on the hub before you start the job. The closest place I could find any was about an hour drive away.
07-05-2013 12:42 AM
Chicago-Spike Welcome to the board!
Bookmark or save to your favorites folder, these websites, http://www.vtxoa.com/forums/77-arizona/
This is the NEW VTXOA Garage, a sister site to this message board and contains all your How-to/Tips/Tricks/Why’s and links to other helpful sites for your new VTX. http://tech.bareasschoppers.com/ A fellow VTX Riders site that has many write-ups on “How-To” do work on the VTX. Also, for you 1300 guys http://vtx1300tips.com/VTX1300TIPS.htm another fellow VTX Riders site.
There is also a helpful Search icon in the users Toolbar just under the VTXOwners Association banner
Click the “Search” drop down and select “Advanced Search”
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Select 1, and only 1 "Forum" to search in at a time, or at all.
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The purpose of the "Search" is to offer a member the opportunity to research his/her question better. There is so much information from past threads that you may never see because that member is no longer here, or doesn't see your new post, or just won't respond to the same question. So use it to your advantage and enjoy the board! View this funny and informative film about posting and searching…
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Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the forum. At the top of every board there are threads that are tagged as "Sticky" These threads are "Sticky" because they contain very important/valuable information about the VTX and everyone should read them.
The thread at the top of the 1800 tech board called, "Air, Fuel, Motors..." will answer most of the performance questions...
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Also, update your Profile to include where you live and what type X you have to your Signature line. I.E. 1300/1800/C/F/N/R/S/T
07-04-2013 09:36 PM
Grump
Darkside F

If your have a motorcycle lift or can make a make-shift lift it is easy to do yourself, the shaft is easier than a chain! Just remember, deflate the tire after seating the bead to get it back on the bike, then inflate it.

Here is a link with a step by step walk through for you:

http://tech.bareasschoppers.com/whee...rear-tire-vtx/
07-04-2013 07:02 PM
bevert
tumble weed

looking too go to the darkside and looking for the tire size for 05 1800f and how dificult is removing the wheel from the bike to take in and have the tire changed? I dont want too get over my head being this would be my first shaft drive I will be taking apart.

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