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Hello everybody. First of all, sorry for my bad English. I own a Burgman 250 K6. It has some 24X18 rollers of 34 grams. where to buy the Dr. Pulley 34gr, I can not find them online.

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Are you sure about that weight? I've never seen anything near that heavy in any of my scoots from 171cc to 400cc. More typical would be in the 16 to 21 gm range.
 

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If I am sure, several users have weighed them and they are 34 grams. It seems like a lot to me too, and I have trouble finding them.
 

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the one I see 24x18 only goes up to 33grams.


34grams seems a lot

wow, burgmans were 125/200/250/400/650. thats a wide range.
 

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How many rollers are there? Typically would be 6 in that displacement. Maybe it has fewer at a heavier weight.
 

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And again...............


Find some various answers (opinions?) there. During that debate alot of internet searching showed up 31g weights, no 34 as I recall.
 

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Ross seems to have the definitive answer, I did check the DP site and they note 30 or 31g. I tend to drop a gram, & run sliders on light bikes, Kymco & SYMs.
Works out pretty good. Your results may vary of course.
Here's DP's link for their rollers (vs. sliders). Not sure where the best place to order 'em outside the U.S. would be, but we get 'em on Amazon and scooter parts sites here.
I was personally thinking of trying out the TechPulley sliders next time around if/when I pick up another bike that takes 'em.

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