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Old 08-10-2009, 02:03 PM   #1
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i've only straightened rear forks
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you wanna get out your oxyacetylene torch and heat the bent spot till its dripping then bend away. hope this helps
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you wanna get out your oxyacetylene torch and heat the bent spot till its dripping then bend away. hope this helps
actually just do the old school method, take the forks off lay them flat on a board, like ply wood, then get in a bull dozer and drive over them 3 times, 3 times should straighten them front forks, let me know if you need help with your rear forks.
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is the fork tube actually bent?
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then loosen the triples align with your hand and maybe a hammer and retighten.
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actually just do the old school method, take the forks off lay them flat on a board, like ply wood, then get in a bull dozer and drive over them 3 times, 3 times should straighten them front forks, let me know if you need help with your rear forks.
You are very skilled at being a smart .... lol..... you do it with such class I cant keep from laughing ever fukn time....

It will for sure help to get them tweeked with everything in the front loose, just depends how bad they are bent. Now the back ones, your on your own there!
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i will try that....oh and i got ur rear forks right here u

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nal..i think i just loosened up some stuff once it fell over in the crash
in my closet...blakes brakes are messed up and kevin the roof builder ...
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You are very skilled at being a smart .... lol..... you do it with such class I cant keep from laughing ever fukn time....

It will for sure help to get them tweeked with everything in the front loose, just depends how bad they are bent. Now the back ones, your on your own there!
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You are very skilled at being a smart .... lol..... you do it with such class I cant keep from laughing ever fukn time....

It will for sure help to get them tweeked with everything in the front loose, just depends how bad they are bent. Now the back ones, your on your own there!



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in my closet...blakes brakes are messed up and kevin the roof builder ...
blakes brakes lol say it 5 times fast. and i m home sick today. my stomach is trashed
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someone is a little hurt from before
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nah he's cool lol, i got him with the google thing

im sure he knows, and it's not like the delores person isn't a friend in real life
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the forks might have just got twisted in the triples loosen top and bottom triples clipons ect and it might fix your problem. u should feel it /see it comeback to the right position if this is the problem
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nah he's cool lol, i got him with the google thing

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lol i dont know anymore. you got friends all over this place
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the forks might have just got twisted in the triples loosen top and bottom triples clipons ect and it might fix your problem
hey you should prolly just loosen every thing up and itll be fixed
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