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  1. Strut/Shock Replacement...Part Question

  2. Strut/Shock Replacement...Part Question

    Messing with the suspension doubt everything will exactly perfect after the 10 hours of beating and shoving. If vehicle was ever aligned after first set of tires was replaced, thats easily 40 to 60k miles of wear and settling on oem equipment. Replacing with new will throw it off. Skimping of something so simple is just dumb. Most vehicles from factory are just ball park set anyways. If never aligned could benefit it still.. Yeah, fail on me for finishing the job correctly.
  3. Strut/Shock Replacement...Part Question

    So much fail going on here. As I stated in my first post. " with proper knowledge and tools" this job will be easy enough. Fail 1 and 2 Now saying "technically worn out parts wont require an alignment" Fail 3 You will be back in 6 months bitching that the car tracks like crap, tires worn uneven and blame it on the design failure of the replacment parts.
  4. Strut/Shock Replacement...Part Question

    I do my own. Did my personal and company truck in the past 6 month. Bilsteins are what I use. Easy to do with proper knowledge and tools. Did front end of my 4wd Ram in 2.5hrs Front of 4wd F150 in 3.5 hrs
  5. Larry's CB1100RD

    Awesome looking bike. Kind of funny, seeing that RC30 and this bike makes me want a sexy honda classic. Then I remembered I have one sitting downstairs. The xx is a 20yr old design. In 5 more years I can run antique tags on it. 😨
  6. FS: Parting Out a 2000 CBR1100XX

    Front fender
  7. FS: Parting Out a 2000 CBR1100XX

    You guys are slipping Tool pouch band still good
  8. Stainless brake lines

    There is a crap load of lines running throughout the XX, don't have to replace all unless you feel that some of the hard lines have issues. HEL makes a 10 line kit for the XX, its almost $450 clutch line is under $50 or go with spiegler and just replace all the rubber lines with stainless braided for less.
  9. 17' Jeep Wrangler Willy FS - AS IS

    Snow playing is awesome, same as offroading in the mud but you stay clean. Just do it before the salt trucks head out.
  10. left front brake rotates

    Normal from what i understand as the left caliper activates the LBS If we are on tge same page
  11. Garage cleanout

    Was asking John, but thanks also. I have given away most of all parts pulled off my XX. Beats having parts laying around in a bin wasting away.
  12. Garage cleanout

    Wouldnt happen to have a front fender laying around would you?
  13. landing legs for stop/starts on my 99 bbird

    Thinking about it many people would quickly go to a trike or can am spyder. Then you watch this vid of the same guy riding and realize the need to ride and still lean over. Pretty slick designs he has incorporated into a modern bike to assist him. His plate is also a nice touch... reads I'm Back
  14. Radiator hoses

    Upper hose has a slightly different part number on ron ayers.com But both arent available on there for a 98 but are for a 03 fi bike.. Might just have been an update of part thats all, both look the same. Less than $40 for both
  15. Concours14 ABS Question

    Have read of people cleaning the motor and system out on cars and bikes. Worth a shot to do some research and attempt to fix it. Not like it works now... Also might gain some knowledge in the process for later use.