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So it's a wipe them down everytime you ride kinda thing?
I'm not sure yet. I assume so. The guy who did the polishing told me that his compound has some sort of rust inhibitor. This should help to ward off rust. Once I start riding I will start rubbing them down with a light coat of grease.
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That little bastard is bad ass!
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After all this work and time, the front forks started to leak again. WTF.
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After all this work and time, the front forks started to leak again. WTF.
Should've bought a honduh
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Should've bought a honduh
Then I wouldn't even know if the forks are leaky since it wouldn't be running. Do not miss my old CB at all. #tuningforks
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I dropped the GYT kit pipe for a modified stock pipe. The pipe is modified internally to act like an expansion chamber, but appears stock from the outside.





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