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Forks Hoe - July 2, 2009, 11:43 AM

Well since I'm an illiterate bastard and I'm lazy as hell I'll just share a few pics of my progress with my "fork work." Big thanks to Todd for the front stand and a few odds and ends... Here you go children!!

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I WISH!!!! poor man fork work for now buddy


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July 2, 2009, 12:07 PM

Interesting thing, when I got home from the newb ride I went ahead and checked my forks out and sure enough my right fork was bleeding out....

RnR has ordered me parts and I will be taking it up there sometime next week whats up with these Fork Hoes?
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lol naw nobodys on my ignore list u know I gotta sleep during the day fools!! I aint doin nothing special just some forks seals and oil... how exciting I know but I just figured I'd post up some pics of what I was doing this morning...


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damn that looks tough work! I hope u noted down the suspension settings .. gl


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damn that looks tough work! I hope u noted down the suspension settings .. gl
actually alot easier then it looks dont have to worry about suspension settings


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just checked my joint...my clip ons are bolted to the bottom of my top triple as well as clamped to my forks, I thought they were just clamped...assuming urs are too...this is good news lol...i thought all that was going to have to come off when i eventually do my fork swap. <-----noob
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