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Damn keep up the good work. Wish I had the skills/time to make vids.
I have a set of forks if yours are toasted PM me
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Damn keep up the good work. Wish I had the skills/time to make vids.
I have a set of forks if yours are toasted PM me
Love the vids!! I'll take second dips on the forks if he does not want them and they will fit. Ones on my 89 RMX are not to good, The top outers anyhow
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Sounds good.
Where do you order your parts from?

I'm looking forward to how you prep the frame for painting and clean the swingarm and engine
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Damn keep up the good work. Wish I had the skills/time to make vids.
I have a set of forks if yours are toasted PM me
Cheers mate I'll keep that in mind.

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Sounds good.
Where do you order your parts from?

I'm looking forward to how you prep the frame for painting and clean the swingarm and engine
Parts nearly all come from overseas suppliers unfortunately. For smaller orders of parts I try and support my local bike shop but when you're spending thousands, they can't get near overseas suppliers.

Frame and engine finishes will be in the next few episodes...
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