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Old 07-01-2013, 07:20 AM
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fork seals are easy to replace. there is a guy that has a video of replacing them on youtube. it's on an f4, but it's the same thing you'll need to do.

buy fork seals on ebay
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you could just use it as an excuse to get a new USD front end though.... haha
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you could just use it as an excuse to get a new USD front end though.... haha
I would love to put some USD's on my bike. But with everything I have going on with the bike right now, to include my "baby mama" is bringing my daughter to come visit in September. Just not a great move. Not to mention that I seriously have no idea how to do that.... Ill save that project for winter when I have the extra time and can sqeeze the money out of somewhere.
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Old 07-01-2013, 02:11 PM
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hey i understand that. save up for it though if you want to eventually do it. putting a different front end on your bike will be insanely easy. with all of the other work you've done to your bike - trust me - swapping front ends is no problem at all. basically, you need to find a bike that has the same stem length (which they don't vary all that much), and you can throw that front end on there with a set of conversion bearings (if you need them at all). try to get a bike that has about the same fork length overall so that it doesn't change the geometry that much. and that's it.


but i'm excited to see the R1 swinger go on there that you bought off of __Z__. he used to be really involved here too when he was building his 929 out
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Where did you place the fuse box?
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