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I'm a Rookie, How do I Wheelie?
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Join Date: June 14, 2003
Location: Springfield, VA
August 14, 2003, 01:10 AM

Dropped my R6 in a low speed traffic accident. Open Fracture of the tib and fib and some knee damage. Anyway, bike is in good condition. Im not very bike tech. The front and rear brake need replacing, could use a slip on if anyone is selling one. And there is no rear brake fluid.

Its not in rideable condition, I cant ride it (yet) would like to get it fixed before winter hits. I dont own a truck so I need a place and a ride to take it. I dont like Colemans much, they were never very friendly and last time my plastics got "stolen" (cop hit my bike knocked it over got the county to replace them wanted my old ones).

Any help will do... sorry for the length THANKS!!
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Join Date: June 18, 2003
Location: NoVa
August 15, 2003, 02:16 AM

damn hope your alright and you've moved on as a more knowledgable rider. Anyway I know fairfax cycles does collision repair but I can't really vouch for them... good luck

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