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    I haven't been on here in quite a while for...

    I haven't been on here in quite a while for personal/family reasons, but... I'm very sad that this is the first post I saw...

    The world has lost a very special person!! Anyone who ever had the...
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    Stock cables will work fine, but 2" over stock...

    Stock cables will work fine, but 2" over stock wouldn't hurt to make sure you have a little slack.
  3. Question What ever kit you go with (Joe Florida is great)...

    What ever kit you go with (Joe Florida is great) before you stick them on using the 3M tape that's attached to them go with this tip.

    Take some masking tape and double over a few pieces and use...
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    I haven't been around much for the last few...

    I haven't been around much for the last few months dealing with a family crisis. (more on that at later date...)

    This is the first I've seen of this thread, so a heart felt prayer goes out to my...
  5. Yea I had to change my post to remove the link, I...

    Yea I had to change my post to remove the link, I must have passed right over the part where you said you already ordered it from him. Glen is pretty quick at getting stuff out so it shouldn't take...
  6. +1 To what Charlie said, go with the risers (up...

    +1 To what Charlie said, go with the risers (up to 4" with stock cables) and then make small adjustment to the bars until you find the sweet spot.
    The clutch issue is an easy fix and you made a good...
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    Question If the relay is clicking it is probably working...

    If the relay is clicking it is probably working fine, you most likely have a dead and or bad battery.
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    The jet kit that comes with the Hyper is pretty...

    The jet kit that comes with the Hyper is pretty much junk so just toss that in the trash and buy yourself a Factory Pro stage 3 kit. You will be happy you did... CharlieD would probably be your best...
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    One other cheap/crafty way to get a 4mm is to...

    One other cheap/crafty way to get a 4mm is to make one. I used a 3/4" wide x 6" long piece of heavy sheet metal and just cut a square notch in the one end. I started off small and just kept trimming...
  10. Thread: Decap

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    Question You can still do it on a 1800 with no problem,...

    You can still do it on a 1800 with no problem, just be very sure you pay close attention to where you cut it. You want to be 100% sure that you don't cut it to low or you'll find yourself with...
  11. Vinish listed them above as 76ft-lbs & 17, but......

    Vinish listed them above as 76ft-lbs & 17, but... (if you're like me and only use a torque wrench on engine internals) good-n-tight has always served me well on those kinds of parts for the last 40...
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    That'll all stop once they give up trying to keep...

    That'll all stop once they give up trying to keep up with you in the corners, and just for kicks the first time it rains make sure you're leading the pack. (they will fall back real quickly,lol)
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    My kit from Joe florida came with a pretty small...

    My kit from Joe florida came with a pretty small push button toggle switch, I mounted it between the frame & key switch and you can barely see it so doesn't look out of place. (sorry I have no pics...
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    I have a 76 wing in the garage that still runs...

    I have a 76 wing in the garage that still runs like it's brand new, I also know a couple people with newer ones and they have nothing but good to say about them. As far as how they hold up, that's...
  15. Just to make it simple... you don't need to...

    Just to make it simple... you don't need to unhook any cables to relocate them behind the tree. All you need to do is take off the center nut and loosen the two top pinch bolts, then use the bars to...
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    Nice job on the fix... You probably already...

    Nice job on the fix...
    You probably already did(?) but I'd use the largest washer you can fit on it so it'll help spread the pressure out passed the weak spot so you hopefully
    won't have to fix it...
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    That sucks, I don't know if they've changed...

    That sucks, I don't know if they've changed something along the way but I've had mine for almost 3 years now and they still look brand new. (they also arrived within a week)
  18. I'm going on 40 years total, with roughly 34 of...

    I'm going on 40 years total, with roughly 34 of those on the street. As far as miles I'll just have to go with "a bunch" because to be honest I never really thought about keeping track.
  19. I'm on my phone so it would take for ever to type...

    I'm on my phone so it would take for ever to type it out right, but like Gonz said once you have it in hand let us know and one of us can give you all the details. It really isn't to bad at all.
  20. All you need is the $40 perm set up, he includes...

    All you need is the $40 perm set up, he includes the D tool needed to get the old one out. I'd also recommend getting the 5.5 version, it'll still be plenty long enough even with a stock air box....
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    And just in time for winter, I can't remember if...

    And just in time for winter, I can't remember if you hate snow or not though... :shrug:
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    Glad to hear you got it fixed and ready to go...

    Glad to hear you got it fixed and ready to go...
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    For what it's worth I disagree 100% with Greg, I...

    For what it's worth I disagree 100% with Greg, I love the way it handles along with all the benefits and will never switch back. As said a 205/70-15 will fit with no rubbing issues, the only thing...
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    Question Just to pile on a bit...lol I've been running a...

    Just to pile on a bit...lol
    I've been running a 205/70-15 on my C for a few years now (2up at about 430lbs) and have never had it rub at all so no cutting on anything is needed. As said above all I...
  25. Thread: Lean Left

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    I think this could be very well be true on mine...

    I think this could be very well be true on mine being I've checked & double checked everything that bolts onto the frame but nothing is out of whack.


    I thought the same thing, so just for kicks...
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