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04-23-2012, 04:56 AM #11
Figured I post a quick update, the bike is back on the road with new wheels and tires but when I took to the shop, the guy took the bike for a quick drive and mentioned that one of the forks may be slightly bent, he also said that it's not that bad because the bike is not pulling to either side. Is it necessary to go out and buy new forks? The bikes excellent and it's barely noticeable, forks are going to be about $500 for the both tubes.
04-23-2012, 06:02 AM #12boosted///M
04-23-2012, 08:54 AM #13
As long as your fork seals are holding up and as stated before they dont effect the way it rides you should be fine, NEVER ride with blown fork seals, the possability of fork oil getting onto your brakes and front tire is a pretty good one and that can cause a nasty accident2007 Hummer H3 Lux/OR
2008 Pontiac G8 GT
Secretly I have a rot box Camaro on blocks in my front yard and a mullet
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05-07-2012, 11:55 AM #17Banned
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For plenty of moment I have obligation for the bike, should i change my protection to comprehensive and then file a claim? Tutorial learned for when, 1. Dont trip in NY 2. Get full dental protection plans.
05-07-2012, 01:55 PM #18Junior Member
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- Kalamazoo, MI.
I hit a pothole in Michigan and when i called MDOT they said that it was a private company. I called them and threatend to sue them and they told me to pick out any rims and tires i wanted so clearly i went with the best wheels/tire combo i could find.