biknut
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biknut

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    1. biknut
      biknut
      It actually handled terribly. I don't recommend the bent fork because of that. The straight version which cost about the same would be a much better choice.
    2. placidscene
      placidscene
      Had a question for you. On your atomic bb, you lowered it by adding that springer fork. How did that effect the steering? And at high speeds is it stable?
      I am thinking about getting one for my bike. I like the Monarch style better, but it is more than 4x more expensive, and I do like the idea of lowering the bike a little.
      Thanks
    3. IamTheBear
      IamTheBear
      Hey been almost 2 years since ive.been on here was reading some of your white wire led system idea. I had some ideas i was wondering about seeing as you understand electronics a bit more than i do. If you could shoot a message back thank you the bear
    4. bigdbeach
      bigdbeach
      What spark plug do you run here in DFW?
    5. biknut
      biknut
      I think a blown crank seal would do it too.
    6. DeNunzio
      DeNunzio
      I have a question is there any thing other than piston rings blown that would cause a lack of compression?
    7. saca
      saca
      hello, looking forward on this bike ride tomorrow. give me a ring were to me up okay. later.
    8. saca
      saca
      maybe we can meet up during the week?
    9. biknut
      biknut
      Cool, another Dallas rider. We can sure use some more.
    10. saca
      saca
      hey what up \. this is Saca. I have motobike.
    11. obesepolice
      obesepolice
      well sorry about the delay, ive completely rebuilt my bike. Im in the process of fine tuning it and hopefully will get it to fire this weekend. Ive made quite a few new mods to it. Cant wait to see how fast it is now. also if you are interested in some high friction clutch pads if got an extra set.
    12. obesepolice
      obesepolice
      Got my bike fixed finally let me it broken in and we should go for a ride.
    13. biknut
      biknut
    14. darkangel
      darkangel
      Hey bikenut...i was wondering what you used as your gas tanks i really like the idea and want more info if you want to share
    15. biknut
      biknut
      I haven't heard about it before, but it doesn't surprise me one bit. Sounds like it would be a good idea to find a bank that doesn't invest your money in any markets. I don't even know if there are any like that.
    16. happycheapskate
      happycheapskate
    17. The_Aleman
      The_Aleman
      I'm fine, thanks for asking buddy. My bike is down tho, found some more damage in the drivetrain. Hope to have it all fixed this weekend.
    18. happycheapskate
      happycheapskate
      Any takers for the Ghengis Grill ride?
    19. biknut
      biknut
      The same puller tool removes the clutch gear, and the drive sprocket.
    20. johnloganb
      johnloganb
      hello i am trying to remove the clutch pad and the little sprocket on the other side to repair the bearing
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    The first thing I remember was a dream about a donut and a snake.

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