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post #3871 of 8232 Old 11-12-12, 12:37
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Tough luck bro! it happens to the best of us and good luck at getting her back to prestine! :)

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Tough luck bro! it happens to the best of us and good luck at getting her back to prestine! :)

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Thanks! I don't know about pristine, but she doesn't look much different.

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Opened her up and did a thorough cleaning.


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Spent 2 days replacing the sump gasket.
Radiator off, headers off. Took close to 2 hours to clean the old gasket off the surfaces. Permalux gasket remover helped to loosen the 3 year old compressed leftovers, and used a construction knife blade to carefully and gently remove the leftovers.
The lift table I bought less than 2 months ago just paid for itself.
Put her back together...Purring like a kitten!
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just picked it up from getting new Galfer rotors and brakes, all new fluids, valve adjustment....just like new now!!



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Its the sad day i have to put her up for the winter last quick ride before then to the basment :(

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Changed the oil and flushed the coolant, also added a fuel stabilizer. She was running like a champ :)


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post #3878 of 8232 Old 11-24-12, 21:29
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just picked it up from getting new Galfer rotors and brakes, all new fluids, valve adjustment....just like new now!!



Ive been thinking about picking up a set of those how do you like them? Look awesome.

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Replaced bar end weight that broke from a lowside as well as a frame slider that got ground down, then added a GBRacing chain guard
Oil Change as a final touch...

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YOUR DOGS ARE GORGEOUS!! Also that setup looks pretty nifty. Also curious how you like it.
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just picked it up from getting new Galfer rotors and brakes, all new fluids, valve adjustment....just like new now!!




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