We spent most of a day on it. Replaced the tires, tubes, and rim strips. Checked and greased wheel bearings. Checked air filter-looked fine. Replaced the crossover fuel line. Started in on the forks, and the rubber parts were goo, the upper bumper non-existent and I'm have an SOB of a time getting the damper unit back in from the bottom, with those three rings on it. Can it be inserted from the top? Any hints on this? Also, the swingarm bearing adjusting pins are not moving easily. Even with the 27mm nut all the way off, they cannot be unscrewed, and seem notchy or grating. the left will turn out about 2 turns and stop, the right about a quarter turn. The bearings appear to have no grease. I see nothing in the gap. After I pumped a bunch in there, none came out along the gap like it usually does. I fear the pins are rusted to the inner races, and don't want to force anything because I'm afraid I will strip the threads in the frame. Any ideas? For now, I've shot some penetrating oil in the gap and hoped for the best. Here's a few photos. The tires were toast, and replaced with Conti-Go tires.