Just ride it up there and take it easy!
If he is willing and you feel comfortable with him doing it or telling you how to do it.bulldog said:well i have a auto teacher that might be able to help me out
should i have him do it if i can or do it professional
he either has the art or the tools b/c he fixes everythingjeeps84 said:If he is willing and you feel comfortable with him doing it or telling you how to do it.
Taking the wheel off is the easy part.
Getting the tire off and on by hand is an art.
my name is Jimbob and i own a big bike and not sure what the heck it is but that some beach goes fast right thur!! we anyways i put that darn fix-er-flat in her and what do i do!!! these here guys on a website are giving me a hard time cuz thay say that shart screws up the tire and everythang, so if i bring it in you gonna laf at me?DLITALIEN said:You might as well do it yourself if the shop doesn't do it. It will teach you a lesson. Don't put that sh_t in there. You need to :chill: though. Just take it to them and tell 'em. Tell them it was a beginners mistake and maybe they'll understand...or tell you to go f yourself. You won't know until you try. I suggest calling them and using a fake name and fake bike and tell them there's fix-a-flat in it, just to see what they say, so you know ahead of time if they'll do it or not. Don't give them a fake name, unless they ask.