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The Torpedo7 Motorcycle Wheel Balancer makes lacing, truing and balancing so much easier. Using professional quality parts and heavy duty construction, the balancer allows you easy access to the hub, spokes and rim for fitting spokes, and truing the wheels. High quality bearings allow gravity to find the balance point - helping you towards perfectly true, round and balanced wheels.
- Portable stand features adjustable frame rails for differing wheel widths and works on all motorcycle wheel sizes up to 21".
- Adjustable rim pointer aids in wheel truing. Stand base features adjustable rubber feet and a levelling bubble.
- Centre shaft features wheel centering cones and rides on 4 bearings to eliminate friction, which is critical when balancing wheels.
- Tough powder coat finish
- 490 (W) x 290 (D) x 560 (H)
- Weight: 10.95kg
- Uprights: 360mm apart or 290mm apart
- Adjustable rim pointer for precise wheel truing
- Axle size: 12 - 29mm
- Base: Adjustable feet to ensure perfect level
- Includes: Bubble level for precise installation
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For the home mechanic this is perfect .
Very good quality and value.
Only a professional workshop needs something better and more expensive than this.
Product purchased to assist in DIY wheel building as commercial people have lost the plot....price wise.
Product arrived promptly, for home use it is of good build and so far the wheel I set out to re-spoke and true is happening with no problems.
For the price, it is a good outlay for the occasional wheel build.
assembled the stand with ease. seems to be of good constuction standard. works well to true dirt bike wheels.
Happy with purchase. Some other stands on the market are pretty flimsy.
Balanced two wheels so far and it works perfect. It's solid built and of way better quality than I expected for the low price. Great addition for my shed.
I bought this thinking it was going to be of cheap quality and made of lite gauge sheetmetal. the box arrived I went to pick it up and nearly shat. I was surprised when I opened the box to find something so well made! I used to work as a mechanical designer, and sure I could make one. but at this price you cant go wrong!
The wheel ballancer is exactly as advertised.
I have changed a front and rear tyre and ballanced them .
I am now going to buy a front rim for my 800 and lace in new spokes.
will let you know how it went
My motorcycle wheel balancer / truing stand arrived in only 4 days, in perfect condition. Assembly was simple, even without instructions. Nuts on hub mounts were a bit tight, free up easily with a tap / die. Bearings need grease replaced with oil so they spin freely. Only bad design is the 2 tapered mounts for truing the wheel hub: there should not be a step at their ends (where they go into the wheel hub). The very small diameter of the ends is too small to match larger diameter wheel axles / bearings so the hub cannot be perfectly / securely centered; they should be a full taper down to zero diameter at their outer ends. I had to weld up the step & machine them down to a full cone shape. Works well now - for all diameter wheel axles.
I used this to true the rear wheel of my Harley Sportster Forty Eight. The spokes came loose and I had to tighten and true them.
The wheel balancer came with easy to follow instructions for assembly. I was able to mount the rear wheel without having to remove the brake disc and belt pulley, which saved me a lot of time. Truing was an easy process and the frame supports the weight of the wheel.
Quite sturdy and easy enough to use if you take your time. I'm glad I had it when I mounted a new Bridgestone tire and found the dot for locating the valve was printed on the tire 180 degrees out. Still out of balance with 60 grams added at the valve, I dismounted the tire and spun it. 10 grams later all done. Without balancing this would have caused chronic vibration. Standard bearings have been used which means they are greased, a flush out with CRC should remove a lot of the initial resistance and you need to make sure you have good wheel bearings in the rim. Other than that worth every cent. Most car tire places will sell you wheel weights too.