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Old 01-22-2012, 08:44 AM   #3
stainlesscycle
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Location: morgantown, wv
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Originally Posted by Abdelhub View Post

Im also in the process of rebuilding some betors and Konis...more tough part searching...

Mike
koni's are easy - the main seal never goes bad (it's huge..) by far the easiest show to rebuild are the vintage works performance. nothing to them, and a beautiful simple design inside... the ohlins remotes are also not too dififcult, there's just a ton of parts....
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