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Thread: Iceland Adventure to the Westfjords.

  1. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by W900BMW View Post

    Tyre pressures were about where I was last year. Right fork leg was at whatever they set it to in the factory, and the left one was at zero for compression and rebound as I never got around to adjusting it after replacing the leaking fork seal...........we are talking about a person brought up on 1950's BSA forks with 20/50 & rusty water providing the damping!
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    We'll have a look at it
    KEA

  2. #82
    Now my bike's getting excited as it nears completion and knows it's off somewhere again

    KEA

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