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Lounge / Re: .ORG Shirts & Hoodies - Opinions Wanted
« Last post by havinnoj on April 08, 2020, 02:52:25 PM »
I'll buy at least one. My preference would be  long sleeve with the  small logo on the front.

Thanks.  Who's interested in Long Sleeve shirts?  Think we need a minimum of 6 to make the order (obviously prices drop as we order more).
Suspension and Chassis / Re: Swingarm Skid plate
« Last post by F-Red on April 08, 2020, 05:49:58 AM »
Thank you for the measurements. Much appreciated.
Suspension and Chassis / Re: what paddle haulers do you run
« Last post by evaneyeball on April 07, 2020, 11:21:28 PM »
i run a stock swing arm but i need to get a better hole drill then i will make my own +2. and i do ride winchester and planning to go to st. anthonys soon after this carona crap
Wanted / Re: 1986 ATC250R fork cap
« Last post by croat1 on April 06, 2020, 06:35:19 PM »
Loren, any luck? If not You might try:


Lounge / Re: Staying at home sucks
« Last post by Tbone07 on April 06, 2020, 12:45:11 PM »
Im stuck at the lake. 5 tanks of fuel through the boat in 3 days. Nothing but grilled meals and Natty 30 packs. Not sure how long I can live like this lol.

You poor thing lol
Lounge / Re: nobody needs this top end price chart
« Last post by 2ndmoto on April 04, 2020, 10:16:45 PM »
All in time. Run it and enjoy it. The grass is greener on your side of the fence.
Wanted / WTB: NPM Brake Blockoffs
« Last post by havinnoj on April 04, 2020, 04:16:19 PM »
Looking for a couple NPM brake blockoffs - black, red, or raw. 
Carburetor, Intake, and Exhaust / Re: CF intakes
« Last post by The norm on April 03, 2020, 11:43:45 PM »
I want to buy a oem style hood and a tank cover for my son's R! I emailed to see if/when they will be available
Suspension and Chassis / Re: Stock A-arm ball joints
« Last post by ytman on April 02, 2020, 12:15:01 PM »
Nicely done!
Suspension and Chassis / Re: what axle carriers do you reccomend
« Last post by desertR on April 01, 2020, 11:28:27 PM »
As long as you are buying a carrier, why not get one with dual row bearings. Many bearing manufacturers run bearings with duel shields installed to keep debris out of the bearing, and retain minimum lube from the factory (many bearings can use much more grease than what they come with). Many vehicle manufacturers run these bearings in transmissions, with two seals to keep out the normal transmission debris. While that is with a liquid of some kind, grease will do the same thing at a slower rate. A zerk fitting will allow you to fill the areas between the bearings with grease, and when hot, the grease/air will expand, and when cooling, the grease will be drawn in to the bearing. you could also remove the inner seals to help promote movement of grease into the bearing cavities.I fill mine until grease comes out of the outboard bearing seal, where it will be stopped by the radial seal installed in the carrier. you need to be careful, too much pressure and you will push the outer bearing seal out, I fill until grease just starts to show in the shield. Start without the outer carrier seals installed, grease and run the axle on a stand and check it for grease travel. once you see it, install the seals, and reassemble. Just because it has a zerk fitting, doesn't make it maintenance free.
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