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post #1 of 25 Old 02-04-2005, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
 
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Crispin's Wreck Main Issue

FYI-the timing cover that was worn through on crispin and is causing him so many problems can be replaced by one from Woodcraft for $80, before sponsor discount. Crispin's misfortune is making me question if I should be riding with such weak case covers! We often spend $65 on frame sliders so this seems like a no brainer and is going on my list of things to do.

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hmmmmmm- maybe ya got a point there...
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but the issues still remain with bodywork fitment after installing the covers.

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They're working on that!

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but the issues still remain with bodywork fitment after installing the covers.

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I thought that was only on the left side??
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It is only the left side and I talked to woodcraft today and they told me they are running another production run for people who are using street bodywork...they asked me to pass that on.
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Thats great news!


Are the street ones not as strong as the others b/c they're thinner??




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Glad to hear that cuz they do produce nice products.

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If anyone gets conclusive information from Woodcraft and have verified, could you add the information to the sticky?
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Yup i'll do an update.......see harry can't do dat!!

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