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  • Yep thats the ticket,,,,

    At the dealer,,,
    5k service,,300 plus oil n filter,,
    10k service 400 plus oil n filters, n plugs.
    800 bucks or so,,
    Both services,,do it your self,,Buying necessary tools I didn't have
    and Oil n filters, etc,,275 bucks,,
    Dammit man !!
    My next set of Tires Is free !!
    Or,,,,I can afford better shocks,,,
    or,,,:beer
    Yeah thats It,,plenty of beer money.
    Herd #124
    Age 10 and holding
    Official Herd Poser

  • #2
    I figure, with ya savin' $600 or so, put aside another couple hundred, and ya got shocks and tires.
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    • #3
      How about the time to take it to the stealer and getting it back?


      Money Money Money!!!!
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      • #4
        Yeah the Shocks are pretty close to the top of the wish list,,
        Now If you all can help me decide,,,Progressive's 412's or 440's
        I got 13.5" shocks so plenty of travel,,so softer spring rates like 90/130 should do.
        I'm 195 lbs nekkid an bout 225 In gear an addons.
        Bet that paints an ugly picture that will haunt you for days,,,D
        Herd #124
        Age 10 and holding
        Official Herd Poser

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        • #5
          440's Osco......fully adjustable...for sure. I bought the 412's and although much better than stock, are still not the grade of the 440's....IMHO

          are you doing front end work as well ??
          U.S. Army "Retired"
          (Disabled Veteran)

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          • #6
            So did sucking on it work?????????
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            • #7
              No Croc we didn't have someone who could suck a golfball through a garden hose,,,,
              we used a syrnge
              Herd #124
              Age 10 and holding
              Official Herd Poser

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              • #8
                Originally posted by gruss View Post
                440's Osco......fully adjustable...for sure. I bought the 412's and although much better than stock, are still not the grade of the 440's....IMHO
                are you doing front end work as well ??
                Yep I'm thinkin 440's an they had a deal with 440's where ya got the fork springs free.
                As for my front end I went with SE heavy racing,,,20wt and added 3/4" preload. Monk did the same but with 1" preload,,we both got dyna's now.
                And the stock springs are doing fine. Great tracking, control an traction,,and proper sag plus the front end dive on hard braking is correct also.
                If I get the progressive fork springs I'll get arround to tryin them but no hurry,,I'm very happy with my front end.
                BTW the fork brace was half the battle.
                Herd #124
                Age 10 and holding
                Official Herd Poser

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