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post #1 of 4 Old 07-17-2012, 07:17 PM Thread Starter
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I say Jake slides one in. He's got a ride, now keep that seat for the rest of the year or we'll pick him up. Wink-Wink!























































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6th. Where was Jake all this time? A race here, a race there. Sit back, wait for a mistake... We shall see.
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Man oh man, what a mess. What was going on with two crashes and now I would not even touch that bike without it going to a frame jig and making sure it's straight.

I do not care how you look at it, you buy uppers and lower trees. New races and bearings too. This does not come with the bearing on the lower tree.

What I'm finding out is how quick the swing arm takes a wrinkle as well. How much is that swing as opposed to having it tweaked back?

Take a wire coat hanger, bend it once. That is the swing arm with crash on it, that is a front end with a cash on it. Now straighten that part as opposed to buying new.

The parts are in a preset mold. Welded or pressed in place once. It takes energy to move that wire of that coat hanger. It was a straight piece of wire. Now, you send it to have it straightened out?

Then, show me how you remove the "S" if you take a coat hanger, bend it once, bend it back straight. Now, tell me if that looks straight as new, I'll run it with my life at risk. I'll run not in your life I'll run it again!

YOu've got a problem!!! Add it to the list of parts is parts owed. And if the frame is not straight? >> Junk!
If you have the, 'It steers queer' feedback? You must be riding on a coat hanger kind of 'suits' your ride? Pun intended.
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