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uh. Im stoopid. so you add the two readings? and that is the total weight? Or does it just give you a front to rear ratio?
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I'm in for sure... one is the Dave Evans built 350 two which looks pretty schvelt ... the 350f is a fat pig if it wasn't chick I wouldn't touch her until at least 2am and 15 beers deep...

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Scott,
Yeah...you add the two together. The board is to keep the wheel that's off the scale at the same height.
Probably accurate to within about 4-5 lbs with a bathroom scale.

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Scott,
Yeah...you add the two together. The board is to keep the wheel that's off the scale at the same height.
Probably accurate to within about 4-5 lbs with a bathroom scale.
you numbnuts... just weight it at the Loudon scales garage. Hit tare on the wall mounted scale display, put your bike on the steel pad closest to the display, and hold the bike upright.
 

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Rob,
We've been through that already.

Scott doesn't live at NHIS so it would be hard for him to reach that button from his house...where the bike is...which he wants to weigh...now.
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that's what I was going to say.

And I want to weigh it BEFORE i g et to the track so you all know how much weight you ahve to take off of YOUR 350s

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