The Cookie Man made me do it...Or how to claw your way into a decent GS on a dime

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by asino, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. asino

    asino n00b indeed

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    Ooo, I like that. I think I might do some cherry picker improvisation, I can't make holes in a ceiling that doesn't belong to me...or can I:evil
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  2. bereahorn

    bereahorn Long timer

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    I have a Fox Twin Clicker on my '92 PD and sent it in to the factory last year for a rebuild. I am pleased with the job they did.
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  3. darklight79

    darklight79 drink it , ride it , nail it

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    So ...which shock to get? for 94 gs .... olhins wilber or fox ...? all around 7 bills out the door ..
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  4. Airhead Wrangler

    Airhead Wrangler Long timer

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    I don't think you can get the fox anymore.

    The options are Ohlins, WP, Wilbers, Works, YSS, Hagon, ...
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  5. asino

    asino n00b indeed

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    Friday morning was strong, hit Harbor Freight and forged past Tsunami warnings to get to the shop an hour down the road:

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  6. asino

    asino n00b indeed

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    Tsunami

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  7. asino

    asino n00b indeed

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    Pull that bike into the garage and drain out 6 gallons of 6 year old gas, oil and gear oil.

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  8. asino

    asino n00b indeed

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    We're down to the frame. Down to CalMoto for some nuts and bolts.

    Decided to replace the selector rod seal and output shaft seal on the trans due to seriousl leakadge. :puke1

    Stripped down to the fram:

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  9. asino

    asino n00b indeed

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    More later!
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