Click title/picture for details. offer US $68.95 Static Motorcycle Wheel Balancer with weights (strip of 12-1/4oz paintable stick on weights, enough to do several balance jobs). Plus a free bonus kit!! Kit includes one set of economy tire levers and one set of rim protectors to help get you started on changing your own tires!! Balancer made out of precision 12" shaft, 1-1/4" diameter Delrin cones (metal like thermal plastic), and two precision ball bearings. Seals have been removed from bearings, grease cleaned out and are lightly oiled with a thin machine oil. Zero friction for a simple precise balance, every time!! Note: "Jack Stands" seen in photo are not included. I've put this kit together for my fellow Vmaxer's in mind, but it will work with most any motorcycle utilizing axle shafts up to 1-1/4" diameter. If you intend to use for bikes other than a Vmax, please verify axle shaft diameter. Note: Optional larger 1-1/2" diameter cones are available, sold separately.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $39.99 Extremely accurate running on precision low friction shielded ball bearings. Simple to use. DOES NOT require a Dealer supplied wheel adaptor. Portable, it fits in your tool box drawer or tankbag. Durable, CNC machined from billet 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum with a tool steel axle And cost effective.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $76.99 PORTABLE MOTORCYCLE BIKE TURNING WHEEL TIRE BALANCER KIT GREAT FOR TRACK DAYS OR GARAGE/SHOP USE Kit includes all cones and spindles and tool steel rod needed for precise and easy alignment and balancing. Features: Maximum cone width to 23mm Work on motorcycle wheel sizes from 10" to 21" Mount wheel on tool steel center rod axle with ball bearing or on adjustable centering cones Maximum cone width to 23mm Includes two cone sets 17 - 25mm
Click title/picture for details. offer US $202.50 It was purchased for the shop to use back in 2000. We upgraded to a newer model earlier this year. This one still works fine. According to the Serial Number this unit was manufactured in Feburary 1999. The Balancing shaft is 11 inches Long. This not an Ideal maching for balancing 8" wide rims. -