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Old 05-18-2017, 09:37 AM   #1
richbob
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Default ULH pogo maintenance

So had the bushing a while and a job that needed doing
But I the stick is worn also the upper pivot which has a nice sort of rivet
I'm reaching the point now where I have to stop And think
Just chuck on aftermarket to make it good.
Stay original or make like new ?
Side stand is about to go colonel mustard (that's like king custard )
Bottom rails are flat
Where do you stop ?
Also I have to ride it which I do most days .
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