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Seals and dust covers?
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You might give some new braided brake lines a try.  The stock lines are way past due to be replaced and new lines will firm up the feel of the front brake.  You can upgrade the whole front end to the 94 and newer C10.  It's all bolt on so the level of difficulty is low.  Best bang for buck would be to buy a parts bike from the 94 up and swap front ends.  All the individual parts can be had on ebay, but you're going to get in the area of $400 unless you get some killer deals.  There are those that have upgraded to a ZRX front end.  That brings with it more powerful calipers than the 94 up models.  It will bolt on but will be more involved and more expensive.  There are more options besides this.  It would help those trying to help you by posting what the budget is.  Check out these search results below.
https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Aforum.cog-online.org+front+brake+upgrade&oq=site%3Aforum.cog-online.org+front+brake+upgrade&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.31552j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
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Northwest Events / Re: Bun Cooler 2019?
« Last post by Daboo on Today at 05:09:21 am »
Just registered!  :)

Chris
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Northwest Events / Re: Bun Cooler 2019?
« Last post by Tigger on Today at 05:00:31 am »
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2019 BUN COOLER IS NOW OPEN!!!
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Northwest Events / Re: bun cooler
« Last post by Tigger on Today at 04:59:33 am »
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2019 BUN COOLER IS NOW OPEN!!!
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PSSSSSssssssssstttttttttt . . . . . . a little birdy told me there is a NEW back design for the 2019 Bun Cooler apparel and the shirt color is Heathered Dark Grey.[/color]

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 The new connie that I bought has one highway peg on the right side.  The left side is broken off in the fairing bracket.. these highway pegs just go straight out, he cut holes in the fairing for them. The lower fairing bracket is bolted to the engine in two places, he just took out the bolts and screwed in the highway pegs.  The left highway peg broke off  when he crashed. I drilled a hole ,with a left hand drill bit,  and attempted to use a a screw extractor to remove the bolt part of the highway peg. The screw extractor broke off.#.$ !,!..$..&.?.!..#.$.?.. =. . I would like to remove the lower fairing bracket from the bike.  I Think I can remove the fairing bracket even with the broken off highway peg in it..? After the bracket is removed I believe I can remove the bolt with vise grips or a pipe wrench. I would welcome any suggestions?
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Northwest Events / Re: 2019 Bun Cooler - May 17-19 - REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
« Last post by gsun on Today at 04:02:52 am »
 :) :beerchug: :motonoises:
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Northwest Events / 2019 Bun Cooler - May 17-19 - REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
« Last post by Tigger on Today at 03:56:46 am »
Registration is NOW OPEN for the 2019 Bun Cooler!  :)

Be sure to register by May 6th deadline to be included in the meal count for the Banquet.  There MIGHT be tickets for the meal at the door, but no guarantee.  Online registration will be open until 3 pm May 15 -- after that time, you will have to register at the event.

The apparel deadline in also May 6th.  We will not have extra apparel at the event, so be sure to order ahead of time!  NEW THIS YEAR: Hooded pullover and full-zip hoodies!

We hope you join us!

PLEASE DIRECT ALL REGISTRATION QUESTIONS TO KARI: sweyotigger@gmail.com
-- Include Bun Cooler in the subject line please!
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