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Post  Frank1e on Sat 5 Apr - 8:16

had to blast frame couldnt see all the rot

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Post  JohnW on Sat 5 Apr - 8:53

I trust you will remove the forks, clean & re grease the steering head bearings, if not that shot blast grit will soon make a mess of the ball races. You should have really removed forks (and centre stand) before shot blasting

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Post  Frank1e on Sat 5 Apr - 18:31

Oh no no no ! forks have to be cleaned too ! and rusty old centre stand .. to hell with the old head race bearings they'll be changed anyway..

btw shot blasting is metal peening this is sand blasting .. Very Happy 

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Post  Frank1e on Sat 5 Apr - 19:04

no your dead right there johnw .. headraces are unobtainable..i read that somewheres ..better get to them before they get ground to mush..asap..ta

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