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    Quote Originally Posted by Noreg View Post
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    Why does my spell check put red lines under tyre?
    Quote Originally Posted by Rich82GS750TZ View Post
    Probably because this is an American English website and we spell it TIRE. TYRE is the common British English spelling. But that’s just a guess.
    The spell check is implemented in the browser, not the website. Just add the appropriate dictionary.
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    I have always used a pilot bearing puller. They are used to remove pilot bearings out of the back of automotive crankshafts. There are several different types. They normally cost between $10 to $125.
    1981 GS1100E
    1982 GS1100E



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