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November 30, 2017, 02:57 PM

Yes, same bike. Right side of frame is completely ground down missing the lower mount for the lowest/rear mounting point for the bodywork. When the front wheel came off the bike the oil pan and frame ground down (along with the forks) and then it did sort of a pirouette and barrel roll the rest of the way.

I was leery about stability but when we experimented with OEM wheels and found the bike to seem ok at the top of 5th gear we figured it was probably a safe bet to go with the BST wheels....and she is quite stable, all things considered.


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