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      2019 Zooks!   07/17/2018

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  1. Drove out to co. this past weekend and saw Shorty at Panera! He was really cool, and talked about his rally riding a bit
  2. "allegedly", "no proof". Lawyer is definitely working towards a defamation case or something similar
  3. to be fair the fork guard bolts come loctite-ed in many cases. I've stripped a few out, and that's using a good snap-on set of allens. Chisel and hammer I go!
  4. For the most part it seems like many are, but no one will be able to help unless you give year/make/model. Basically most calipers are though, you just have to swap them to the correct bracket
  5. Missouri

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  6. I like the 525 cheater rear more than the 505. The knobs are spread out more so it does better in mud. The tubliss has a small inner bladder which acts like a bead lock all the way around, and seals off your tire from air escaping through the spoke holes, that's what you air to 100psi. Then there is a valve which goes through that which you adjust your tire pressure. If you do tubliss I'd run a tire with a stiffer sidewalk, not one of the cheaters
  7. I could see a very small chance of that, but more likely just coincidental or the cover is actually damaged.
  8. Yup, my first thought. There goes quality control so they can increase their profits. Can't say I'm a fan of this. Rekluse seemed to be doing just fine.
  9. I too like the NoToil method, but I'd take it one step farther with the cleaning. Instead of using the expensive NoToil, or cheaper but still expensive Oxy-Clean, just buy some bulk Sodium Carbonate. I've found you can get a 6 gallon bucket for like $40.
  10. Like these? www.amazon.com/dp/B003T7XUE4/ref=asc_df_B003T7XUE45428831/?tag=hyprod-20&creative=394997&creativeASIN=B003T7XUE4&linkCode=df0&hvadid=231741771051&hvpos=1o3&hvnetw=g&hvrand=16579130808253503673&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9023808&hvtargid=pla-382629196960
  11. Renthal Kevlar is the only way to go imo
  12. How do they do theirs, I'm not familiar. Is it based around the stem? I googled it, but didn't find too much.
  13. I was thinking awhile back a set of triple clamps that change the actual fork offset would be neat. I know there are plenty that change your bar position, but not fork with relation to the steering stem. Such as 2 options, 22mm offset, and 25mm offset all within one set of clamps. Basically instead of the part that clamps your fork being round, have it oval and then have a little insert that makes it round for proper clamping, but depending on the placement of the insert (front or back) determines which of the two offsets you'll use.
  14. @turbo dan that's alot of solid information, thanks for your input. I'll look into that, and I guess another plus would be those forks will be about $1-200 cheaper than a set of sss forks
  15. More reliable than the sss forks? I guess I was just thinking of the sss stuff because it's sorta the next generation in line of forks.On my KX it's all Moto, I'm just a b rider, but the tracks are mainly alot of natural terrain style tracks, pretty high speed and mostly hardpack.