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Have a 1981 Harley FXEF I am rebuilding, I have excessive play in the front wheel causing disk's to rub on front lower forks. Any ideas on correction, please let me know. p.s. also looking for crossovers, any ideas....
Well, you may know, but I got a three days a week wrenching job in Houston at Houston Kawasaki. I have to camp at a local state park there two nights a week, Thursday and Friday night, and commute in by motorcycle. I didn't wanna be draggin' my trailer around, so I found a deal on this Moto Tote. It's the heavy model, the "sport". I read a test of the lighter one for dirt bikes that didn't sound too good. Something tells me he didn't have it mounted properly in that test cause it shouldn't have any play with the bolt they give you to bolt it into the receiver. I'm right at the weight limit for it with my little SV. It wouldn't haul a big Harley and even a sportster would require a class 4 hitch. My class three drawtite is at it's 500 lb tongue weight limit with 420 lbs wet of...
I just ordered the Big Shot Staggered for my ride because I wanted a lower rummble sound. I also wanted alittle more noise then the stock pipes. But from what I read here on this site.... I might be getting a loud high pitch sound rather than the low rummble I wanted. So What I want to know is if anyone is happy with these pipes?
I got a once in a lifetime oppurtunity not long ago. I hada chance to take a ride on a B17 and I gotta tell you I set a record getting to the airport in order to get the ride. Here are a few pictures:
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