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Newps

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About Newps

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    Male
  • Location
    California
  • Interests
    Paddle Surfing, Motocross, Desert and Trail 4x4 Wheeling.

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  1. Newps

    Bad News today

    It actually showed up today..:). It's a grey spring with 131 to 171 lbs range and said "Podium x" on it?
  2. Newps

    Bad News today

    Just got an email back for ATV Galaxy. Spring is on the way, it came from a different warehouse. Be here in a day or two.
  3. Thank you Chuck, I really appreciate you taking the time to do that. * Unfortunately I need the stock fork measurements on the CRF 150f ....... (middle of the axle hole to the top of the tube, minus the cap). I hopping the bold, underlined and italics will catch someone's attention.
  4. Any chance someone could measure their forks for me?
  5. Newps

    Bad News today

    I am guessing because they asked which spring I wanted they doing pre-package them in the box. I will contact them tomorrow and check. In any case stoked we got one.
  6. Newps

    Bad News today

    Larry thank you for getting these. Let me know when, where and how much I owe you. Look what showed up today...:). - I'm guess the spring comes in a separate box?
  7. Newps

    CRF100F front forks measurements.

    - Thank you baglock1, sag advise. I will add that. - I would like to also include the steering stem bearing sizes ( top and bottom ) I will list it but put " unknown at this time ". I need to get the formate set up then add additional information. - Only measurement I still need is for the CRF150F ( *middle of the axle hole to the top of the tube, minus the cap). Here's my format, thoughts? ____________________________________________________________________________________ Honda CRF100 - Stock Fork - Showa - - Fork length = 27.25" / 692 mm. ( *middle of the axle hole to the top of the tube, minus the cap). - Fork Tube Diameter = 27 mm. - Triple Clamps = (Top) - 27 mm / (Bottom) - 27 mm. - Rake (Caster Angle) = 28.50 degrees. - Steering Stem Bearings = (Top) - ID 22.5 / OD 41 / Width 12.5 / (Bottom) - ID 24 / OD 41 / Width 12.5. - Fork Spring = ( unknown at this time ). - Fork Oil Weight = 10 qt (?). - Fork Oil Height = ( unknown at this time ) ( *below the top of the tubes with the forks compressed ). - Wheel Travel = 5.2" / 132 mm. - Seat Height = 30.9 inches. _______________________________________________________________________________________
  8. Hey Guys, This is the last one I need ( CRF150f ) to complete the list of stock forks lengths. (middle of the axle hole to the top of the tube, minus the cap). I am going to post up all of the stock fork length measurements for the CRF50f through CRF230f. That way if people are looking to increase or decrease the ride height, they will know which one to swap in. - I would also like to add the stock spring rates and the weight range they are designed for. Thanks, Tare
  9. Newps

    CRF100F front forks measurements.

    Awesome, thank you. I searched the internet high and low and could not find it listed anywhere. I am going to post up the stock fork length measurements for the CRF50f through CRF230f. (middle of the axle hole to the top of the tube, minus the cap). That way if people are looking to increase or decrease the ride height they will know which one to swap in. I would also like to add the spring rates as well.
  10. Looking for the measurement from the the middle of the axle hole to the top of the tube (minus the cap). Thanks
  11. Looking for the measurement from the middle of the axle hole to the top of the tube (minus the cap). Thanks
  12. Newps

    pic test

    Surf or ride?… surf or ride?… decisions...decisions. You are my new best friend.
  13. Newps

    New guy checking in!

    Thank you, dam bikes a very dangerous to the wallet.
  14. Newps

    New guy checking in!

    Wanted to say hello, just picked up my 05 CRF 450R. Sold my RM 250 about two years ago after riding a 03 450F, do not under any circumstance ride a 450F if you do not plan on buying one. I vowed not ride again till I owned one. Short story long, had a son, he is now just about two, so it's back to riding again. Took the bike to Ron Wood at Toykomods.com for a new bike prep and his carb mods. Rode it today, wow what a difference, no hesitation off idle and pulls really smooth. I am a happy camper.
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