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Old 05-23-2011, 11:09 AM   #40
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Location: devon gb
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Originally Posted by OldPete View Post
Be aware that leading link front-ends favor high-sides.
naa, the old es/2's only go into a slight steady wobble if pushed hard...

as you're familiar with the es, you know the score... definitely have a look at the swing arm axles and make sure they're well oiled as long as you can still disassemble them. also the magnesium thingy holding the front together corrodes like mad from the inside. possibly you can swop the wrong (longer) shocks for the correct rear items... unfortunately it won't be easy to find a rear light with the fitting rubbermanifold.
i guess the people at can offer help here. good luck and godspeed,

max +:)


anyone in britain has a superelastic-chassis stacked in a forgotten corner???

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