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FS: Marc Parnes wheel balancing unit.

Nearly new Marc Parnes wheel balancig unit. Super precise and in excellent condition. This is the FBZ model that will work on cbr600, 919, vtr1000 superhawk, all VT's and anywhere the overall width of the rear wheel is greater than 7". List price is $115.00 Will sell fo $85.00 shipped to lower 48.
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do you mean less than 7"? It looks like it could fit a pretty narrow wheel.

Why are you selling, did you get a new balancing stand?

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do you mean less than 7"? It looks like it could fit a pretty narrow wheel.

Why are you selling, did you get a new balancing stand?
Oops! I left out the word "no" as in "No greater than 7 inches." Sorry.

The Parnes unit works flawlessly.

Yes fehren, I did. I got an all-in-one unit that I can both "balance" and "true" wheels on. I'm changing & balancing alot of tires for friends as well as lacing some MX wheels, so I needed something a little better suited for more serious shop work.

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