tcl1969 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 24 14:07:29 PDT 2013
Google zing1100, he has a sweet GPZ that he has done some cool
modifications on. He is in the UK and might be able to provide some insight.
On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 5:06 AM, Kevin Hollis <kh at bluefx.com> wrote:
> I'm a bit of a quiet lurker, in the UK.
> My '95 GPz had a slight run in with the rear lights of small van a few
> years back (clutch lever bent and fairing smashed but I stayed upright.)
> Since then the fork seals have never quite sealed and one of the three
> mechanics that have done them suggested the fork may look a tiny bit
> bent. No-one else has noticed though.
> A few years back there was a thread on possible for replacement forks
> from other bikes.
> Should I :-
> - Keep replacing seals and hope for the best
> - Find somewhere that reconditions forks (rolling and polishing ?)
> - Replace with a set from a different bike (does that mean new brake
> calipers as well ?)
> There are precious few of these bikes about in the UK, so I'm not likely
> to find a replacement set from a GPz I don't think.
> Any idea of costs for these kind of things ? I've nice luggage racks
> welded on and a set of stainless pipes so I don't really want to scrap it.
> Thoughts ?
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