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March 21, 2016, 09:46 AM

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Originally Posted by Bikrsk8r View Post
don't have anything to say that these guys haven't already covered, other than that "teachable moments" happen to everyone now and again.

I have a stock s3 bar you can borrow for a bit. I was planning on refitting it at one point, buuuut, other things to sort first. like that the brake lines will need to be replaced in order to do so. although, come to think of it, I think I have some stock ones lying around.

we still on for sat am?
Right on. Might take you up on the bar but will try loosening the clamps and compressing the forks again. Forgot to loosen the axle pinch bolts last time.

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