We are running Work's Performance rear shocks and a pretty much bone stock front end. The yolk is of Enfield origin, but not sure what model. We bought it off of E-bay a few years ago.
Alright, got a question for you Ace and BW. I just called a local bearing supplier to get some prices for the new crank bearings. I inquired about the N-205/305-M bearings. The prior ones I used were bronze based, their supplier only has steel based, no bronze. Are the steel ones ok for a crank bearing application? I forgot to ask for a brand on them. N-205 $34.45N-305 $47.306305 $14.36
I like watching those fork bend like a wet noodle I haven't noticed a need for a brace yet...I can't remember where the tube made the effect, but I think it was mid-higher ranges. I have to do some testing, as the tube length was set-up for the Amal 1036 we were running, but I switched over to a VM38 for this season. The VM38 hopefully be a little bit more responsive coming out of corners then the 1036, but we will see...
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