Originally Posted by MotoMike
Setting the sag is important and a separate issue from from the clickers. We can do it in the desert without to much trouble.
ok cool. that would be greatly appreciated.
Just talked to George - super nice guy. Remembered the bike and commented on how well the previous owner looked after his stuff.... which is nice to hear.
He did the suspension a few years ago and he said to take notice of how it performs. It doesnt have many miles on it since the work was done, so it should be for the most part good.