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Re: Fork seals

Post by Skippy on Tue Nov 01, 2011 11:05 pm

Just keep the front one fella(moose), how much they quote you at ray cowles fella...its not that bad a job to do really...
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Post by kevanmack on Wed Nov 02, 2011 10:34 am

Moggs,I use Continental HD tubes-god i know im going to regret saying this...No probs for 3years...just realised im ok, cant hex it cos Husky's still got original tubes in on Original tyres........phew!!......... and then Shi* cos im out in the scottish borders friday on it !! B4 im putting new boots on monday+the Conti's for some soft southern shandy drinkers [their words!!] coming to ride Normandy week thursday/ friday/saturday....NOW what could possibly go wrong???
I have a bottle of that Slime somewhere but never used as someone told me its a right mess when you change tyres?? Might chuck it in...na i'll keep for the other bike....he he she better not read this!!
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Post by Shepy aka THE DUKE on Wed Nov 02, 2011 4:04 pm

i used to use coni they are the thickest ive come across not cheap but good but i am using mooses now nothing saying i wont go back to tubes though..
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