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About to try them [haveannoying GL1500 35-40 mph front wheelvibration, even after 4 tires and new bearings]. Had to bring Dyna Beadsad copy tolocal Honda dealer, as he never heard of them [Venco Wings, however, does sell them]. Cheers.....Old Tom aka papasmurf in NH, US
 

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I have used them in my tires and have liked them. Up to about 10mph you may get a slight bounce. but other than that, they work pretty good. I have used them and reused them in 4 tires.
 

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papasmurf wrote:
About to try them [haveannoying GL1500 35-40 mph front wheelvibration, even after 4 tires and new bearings]. Had to bring Dyna Beadsad copy tolocal Honda dealer, as he never heard of them [Venco Wings, however, does sell them]. Cheers.....Old Tom aka papasmurf in NH, US
I have the exact same thing you do. Between 20 and 40 mine almost feels like a galup. After that perfect. I checked because I thought I had thrown a wieght off. Just ordered 4 oz. of Dyna beads to try. They came in mail yesterday. Bought them from vintage cycle on ebay. $18 for 2 2oz packages and aplicator bottle also that included the shipping.
 

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I have them and they work great. I have also read that a person can "reclaim" them for use in the next tire. How?What is the best method to to reclaim them?


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....What is the best method to to reclaim them?....
Once you break the bead, be careful how you turn the wheel (so as not to dump them all over the floor).

Once you get one bead unseated, scoop them out for use in the next tire.
 

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Dancinbear wrote:
I have them and they work great. I have also read that a person can "reclaim" them for use in the next tire. How?What is the best method to to reclaim them?


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I use a little 12 volt vacuum cleaner and suck them out. I have reused the same beads for almost two years.
 

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I have scooped them out with a piece of paper and with the help of a friend, hold the old tire, flex the bead and catch them in a cup.
 
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