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(5)Hi Ed, I always use the groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/etcetera etcetera website. I don't know how it works through email. Cheers, Glenn
(53)I'm sorry Jason. My memory ain't what it used to be. The usual cause of difficulty engaging gear or grinding when engaging is a slave cylinder that is not
(4)Hi Giles, The Tiger engine has blue cams. More grunt down low, but it looses power at the high end. I don't know how it would perform in this example.
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(3)Hey Gary, I also agree as well. Just make sure you get the right one. The first one they sent me was too long. The gears are also a consideration. I did not
(9)I appreciate the info. I guess I have to be patient and keep at it. I do have a hill at my place. My driveway is pretty much 30 degrees. I will keep at
(4)He knew about this blog , thanks Paul Sent from my iPad
(6)Perfect. Going to tackle it today. I ordered several parts from Bike Bandit this week to put on the bike such as turn indicators, plastic logos that have
(12)There are supposed to be little rubber blocks in the end of the channel. When these lose the glue and fall out it allows the panier to move forward a couple of
(15)I have the same slight oil leak coming from the neutral switch, and similarly, I assumed that it was the oil pressure switch. I'm going to guess that the
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