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Universal Motorcycle Wheel Balancer

by Marc Parnes Products

Portable Motorcycle Wheel Balancer
Universal Wheel Balancer Shown

There can be a tremendous savings when installing tires yourself. Tires can be purchased at lower prices over the internet or by mail order as well as the savings that can be had by mounting and balancing them yourself. Besides that, you will know it has been done right.

One of the challenges encountered doing it yourself is being able to balance the wheel assembly easily and effectively. A motorcycle tire balancer is often expensive, takes up a lot of room and in the case of a single-sided swingarm, requires a special rear wheel adaptor which is available from the dealer at a premium price.

The Universal Portable Motorcycle Wheel Balancer pictured above addresses all of these problems.
  • Extremely accurate running on precision low friction shielded ball bearings.
  • Simple to use. Please review the Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Instructions.
  • 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.
Technical specs
  • Overall size - 12" x 1"
  • Weight - Approx. 1 lbs (Universal)
  • Bearings - Double shielded ball bearings
  • Axle - Tool Steel 12" x "
  • Material - 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum
Please click on the thumbnails below to view the balancer in operation.
 Front L/SFront R/SHonda GL1800  r 
BMW R1150RS Motorcycle Wheel BalancerBMW R1150RS Motorcycle Wheel BalancerHonda GL1800 Motorcycle Wheel Balancer
 
Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Instructions
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>>>> Don't forget  Balance Weights. They're listed at the bottom of this page. <<<<

Universal Application Chart

ModelHow do I measure my wheel?Part#
Bikes with rear wheel greater than 7" in width.FZB
Bikes with rear wheel 7" or less in width.UNIV
For those who already have a balance stand.SHRT

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*International Shipping. Shipping to the US via Priority Mail is free. To all other countries please specify First Class Mail or Priority Mail. Priority is faster and comes with a tracking number. All shipments are insured for the full amount. Claims cannot be filed until 45 days from the ship date and 60 days when shipping to Italy. In addition they do not insure shipments to the following countries so we will not accept orders from these countries as well. They are: Afghanistan, Angola, Belarus, Bolivia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Burma, Congo, Cote d Ivoire, Ivory Coast, Croatia, Cuba, Greece, Guinea, Herzegovina, Iran, Iraq, Kosovo, Lebanon, Liberia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Nigeria, North Korea, Paraguay, Serbia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Zimbabwe.

 Canadian Customers Please Note: When ordering balancers or a combination of smaller tools I urge you to take advantage of Priority Mail Shipping. It is much faster than First Class and includes a tracking number so we can find it if it gets delayed which unfortunately happens in Canada fairly often.

International Air Mail Shipping (except Canada)$20
 
International Priority Mail Shipping (except Canada)$40
Canada Only First Class Mail Shipping$10
Canada Only Priority Mail Shipping$20
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Part#Configuration All kits include axle, bearing blocks, cones and adapters unless otherwise noted.Pictures
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Prices Include Shipping*Please enter the make, model, year of the bikes to balance in the space provided.
UNIV KitTwo universal cones included.$105 Shipping Included*
FZB KitTwo Universal cones and a longer axle included.$115 Shipping Included*
SHRT KitTwo  cones of your choice and axle included. No bearing blocks. Please specify axle length and cones desired in the box to the right.$70
 Shipping Included*
CNS
Part
One Universal Cone bored for a 1/2" shaft.$25
Shipping Included to the USA
 
$30
Shipping Included outside of the USA
 
Adhesive Balance Weights are available in strips. Each steel strip consists of 12 5 gram segments, enough to do at least two wheels. Postage is prepaid when included with a balancer order.  If you need weights separately please leave feedback with the quantity you would like and your zip code. $2 Each
If you have application or special mounting questions please leave feedback.

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                                              Last modified: 06/17/2017