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I had them on my Wide Glide and they worked great. I run RideOn in both my bikes now. It balances and prevents flats.



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We have been using Dyna beads for years and love them. I run them in all of my bikes without issue.
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I had them on my Wide Glide and they worked great. I run RideOn in both my bikes now. It balances and prevents flats.
How long have you been using it? Any complaints?

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I just had dyna bead installed in the rear, looking for an alternative already, noisy and I'd prefer a static balance in corners

might just try the ride-on, so subscribing to read some responses.

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I swear by them....as far as a "Static Balance" I shred the Dragon.....never had any problem. I put two ounces in the front and three in the rear. Absolutely SILK!!!

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Does that Ride-on stuff create a nasty mess when changing the tires?
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Dyna beads are re-usable too BTW.....little bit of a pain with 90 degree valve stems and not spilling them when you break the beads (I have a buddy that has a sweet tire machine so I have him do the swap) As far as getting them out of the tire an old spray paint can lid will squeeze in there and get the beads out.
With the 90 degree valve stems you have to put the tire on, seat the beads, then break the bead and insert a tube into the tire and get the beads in that way. The "Installation Kit" Dyna Beads works great for this. But if you can get a small squeeze bottle with a nylon or tygon tube to insert in there you'll be good to go.
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I've used them for years and recommend them to customers when I change tires. A little trick I learned is to put one bead on the rim, stand the tire up and pour the beads into the tire, lay it back down and finish mounting. I never loose any beads and it saves a ton of time fooling with the little bottle.

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Been running them for years...........LOVE them!!!!! Wouldn't go back to the lick & sticks for nuthin!!!!!!


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