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took off my wheels to go get my new tires put on at a shop. i swore i took out all the wheel spacers and put them on my workbench. well i get back home and start putting wheels back on... im missing the right rear wtf? i hope the dealer has it in stock and my bikes not down for a week till its ordered. this sucks!
 

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Sorry to hear that, good luck finding/buying them.
 

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i thought i lost one too a couple weekends ago. that would have sucked for me cause right now the bike is all i got
 

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bike is all i got too! just checked parking lots and places might be. if not at the shop tomorrow morn ill be ordering a new one.
 

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the pirelli super diablos
 

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i called every dealer around. nobody has it in stock. 3-5 business days to order grrrr. hopefully it turns up at the tire shop.
 

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actually it fits inside the wheel like a bearing so washers wont work. i paid 40 for both with wheels off bike. my friends buddies shop. everyone else wants alot more around here.
 

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$40 is a good price on the east coast. West coast bike work is cheap all the time. I'm not sure why you east coast guys have to pay so much for bike labor.. it's right around $75 an hour here in Arizona. Yep I know your just talking about a tire swap job.

What does your bike shop charge for normal labor hourly?
 

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around 70 i think. yo i just ordered that lil damn piece of metal cost 31 dollars wtf?
 

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actually it fits inside the wheel like a bearing so washers wont work. i paid 40 for both with wheels off bike. my friends buddies shop. everyone else wants alot more around here.
the rite size washers would. red neck ingineering
 

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$40 is a good price on the east coast. West coast bike work is cheap all the time. I'm not sure why you east coast guys have to pay so much for bike labor.. it's right around $75 an hour here in Arizona. Yep I know your just talking about a tire swap job.

What does your bike shop charge for normal labor hourly?
The cheapest hourly rate that I've found around here is $80 (that was actually in (Connecticut). Most of the other places that I've checked were around $95 or $100 though. It sucks! BTW, I live in Westchester NY, which is the most expensive county in the state along w/Putnam which is right above Westchester.
 

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the shop had a spare one they gave me for 10 bucks.
 
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