You could do it the old fashioned way by spinning the back wheel and just mark the tyre with chalk at the bottom where it stops , if it stops in the same place three times just add a stick on weight at the top . It's balanced when it stops at random places .Kawasaki dealer called and said didn't have adapter to balance rear wheel. Said there was tool from Kawasaki but not yet available. Anybody else have this problem?
So what did you guys end up doing? Did you balance it or not?Yes my dealer said the same thing when I had a new tyre put on
I didn't do anything, just left it as it was. Rides fineSo what did you guys end up doing? Did you balance it or not?
My dealer is telling me not to worry about balancing the rear wheel.
I have a decision to make because my tire is close to being shot & I have 2 track days this Saturday & Sunday. So do I bring in the bike today & change the tire or do I gamble & wait which could mean failed safety inspection at the track.
Think I have to put the new tire on & hope for the best, I see its marked where they want the valve stem. Weird thing to me is my bike has a weight & it's right next to the valve stem, you would think that would be the heaviest place but realize just depends on well & tire. I know normally you would pull off the weight prior to being balanced but if not being balanced, wondering what to do.