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You won't need a lot of DOT 5 the next years, so order two bottles and that's it. DOT 5 isn't hygroscopic, so you can retain a closed bin for years.
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Just bought almost new cv carb. What jet sizes is best for cv on IH? From cv perfomance, for example. It has 190/45 now. I don't need potato etc, Stock rpm is fine, just maximum efficiency.
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Is it possible to find cast 17" * 4.5 rear wheel? The front is perfect for on/off tires which I want to use, but the 16" rear wheel size makes me feel butthurt of the same level like when I see my 2.2g fuel tank.
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Now fitting it? That is another story. Edit: On 2nd thought. My Husky SM610 has 17 incher wire rims on it. So I guess any jap bike or later dresser rim might work also.
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Now fitting it? That is another story. Edit: On 2nd thought. My Husky SM610 has 17 incher wire rims on it. So I guess any jap bike or later dresser rim might work also.
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