was Fork brace, now RaceTech cartridge emulators
tuner_delorean at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 29 16:49:58 PDT 2011
the cartridges sound nice, but I doubt my wallet could afford? as mentioned about a group buy? I would have to know of a price, to figure out if it could be juggled.
actually if it wasnt for me having OT this week because of the 4th coming up, I probably wouldnt have said yes, depending on when the full amount was due, with me having 3 truck payments, 2 mortgages, plus utilities, & cost of living, food gas etc, & wife works part time, it kills me. 1 more payment on 1 truck, & 4 more on another, whew. I bought a super nice low mileage truck, almost 3 years ago not expecting to blow my main truck up, that was a 1993 Toyota I had bought new so replaced my main truck with another soso truck, a 1985 Toyota 1 ton 4cyl 5 speed, & financed for 1 1/2 year, I want to keep my pet as a pet & not make it a daily driver, it is a 1995 Isuzu with 55,XXX original 2 owner miles, completely cherry, have put 12,XXX miles on it in almost 3 years, it has all records since new, & was always garaged, no rust, no dents, I just couldnt bring myself to park it in a grocery store parking lot everyday. I am a meat cutter, & buggies hit
vehicles, last truck had grill broke out, several headlights, side lights, & numerous dents in the side, & several employees have busted tail lights right now, & one a busted headlight, & he just replaced 1 & 2 days later other side was hit, & store refuses to pay for any damage, signs up everywhere that they are not responsible, so I picked up the soso truck & have gotten good service out of it, & then wife totalled her car, only had liability, & decided she wanted a truck, found her a low mileage 1 owner S10 1994 model, with 91,XXX miles, I dont care for vehicles built after 1995 with OBII, so I stay with pre-96 oh well LIFE....
--- On Wed, 6/29/11, William K Denton <wkdenton at verizon.net> wrote:
From: William K Denton <wkdenton at verizon.net>
Subject: Re: was Fork brace, now RaceTech cartridge emulators
To: "Randy" <tuner_delorean at yahoo.com>
Date: Wednesday, June 29, 2011, 12:15 PM
If you're willing to talk to them, RaceTech "will" put together a set of
emulators for any bike. All they need is some info on internal fork
dimensions and other necessary info for the bike. A friend of mine is doing
just that, as we speak, for a '77 XS750 triple. If it can be done for a
'70's bike, I would imagine that they can handle a 90's application...?
I put a set in my (fast, black) '96 about 9 years ago when they were still
available. I've been very happy with the results at all speeds, which is,
of course the thing that cartridge forks do well and drilled damper rods
don't do well (the "all speeds" thing).
wkdenton at verizon.net
Lazarus Cycleworks, LLC
We Breathe New Life into Old Bikes
----- Original Message -----
From: "Randy noneofyourbusiness" <tuner_delorean at yahoo.com>
anything that could make it more stable in those conditions, I have to try.
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