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Posted: 25 October 2005 at 14:54 | IP Logged Quote bikedude

Hey all you crossers

I have a Redline with the aluminum fork, now this fork is open on the under side at the steering tube and I find that it collects mud. Do any of you have a good idea for plugging it up? I’m thinking of just taping over the hole.




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Posted: 25 October 2005 at 20:21 | IP Logged Quote fsgray

Being open also allows mud and debris to get out, which is a good thing.
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Posted: 05 November 2005 at 04:00 | IP Logged Quote UprightCitizen

tape it,
ride it,
you know you want it.

see you in hell
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Posted: 05 November 2005 at 06:32 | IP Logged Quote Sarigar

Tape is a manufactured product.  The clear solution, as endorsed by dog, is to slice open your flesh, nearest the most fatty portion of your body(i.e. buttocks, hips, thighs), take a substantial portion of fatty tissue and place it into the lower portion of your steerer tube so that the natural consistency of your fatty tissue will repel the accumulation of mud.

This is a public service announcement endorsed by dog.   

Smash the corporation!
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