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Information on forks/springers/shocks
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Can anyone tell me what difference it makes? Whether is a offset or inline that is. Is one far superior to the other or just the best of a bad idea??
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So what makes you think a springer is a "bad idea"???Is one far superior to the other or just the best of a bad idea??
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Nuthin wrong with an H-D springer. They need to have nice tight rocker bushings, updated springs as a 60 year spring tends to loose its spring, and a dampner helps alot. They will never be a glide, but on the other hand, you'll never have replace seals, or find a puddle under em....bosheff