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CNC Machinist Needed - June 29, 2010, 02:58 PM

I need to have a little bit of fab work done for a fork swap on my monster. I combed craigslist and searched here but nothing popped up. Anyone have any references?
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MissFabriKate on here has good rep for fabbin stuff. Give her a pm/email.
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Dodge.

Let me know how that swap goes. I am getting ready to do it on my S2R. Actually if you want some help let me know I would love to work on the bike.





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I have a buddy in Canada that has a CNC machine and machines parts.

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Let me know how that swap goes. I am getting ready to do it on my S2R. Actually if you want some help let me know I would love to work on the bike.

I sent a pm to dodge. I got the gsxr forks to do this swap well over a year ago. Stock monster forks blow (literally right through all their travel the moment i sit on the bike). I will keep you up to date. Is yours a 1k??
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I sent a pm to dodge. I got the gsxr forks to do this swap well over a year ago. Stock monster forks blow (literally right through all their travel the moment i sit on the bike). I will keep you up to date. Is yours a 1k??
No mine is a 800 but the factory stuff blows. I use to have a few GSXR 600s and switching to this bike makes me miss the suspension and the brakes of the gixxer.





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No mine is a 800 but the factory stuff blows. I use to have a few GSXR 600s and switching to this bike makes me miss the suspension and the brakes of the gixxer.
I was just asking because i know the 1ks have adjustables; its the lowest cost alternative to either the SBK forks or the GSXR forks. Dodge says he can do it, but won't be able to get to it until late July.
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