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Old 11-13-2012, 08:08 PM
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Welcome to the site from Maine. I had the wobble when my 2011 SE ULTRA was new but after tightened the front nut twice now is wonderfully enjoyable ride, I have 22000 miles and still smiling.
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Sorry to hear you're having teething problems with the new bike. I'd suggest sacking the OEM fork internals and put in the montubes from HD or Progressive. Will totally change the dynamics of the fork and they can be bought aftermarket for around $260. Anyway, welcome to the forum from Maine.
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I wish I could offer some advice, but we have already received our first snow of the season and they have salted the roads. Done riding up here 'Til the Spring
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Sorry to hear you're having teething problems with the new bike. I'd suggest sacking the OEM fork internals and put in the montubes from HD or Progressive. Will totally change the dynamics of the fork and they can be bought aftermarket for around $260. Anyway, welcome to the forum from Maine.
Welcome from Montana! the Progressive kit will definitely take care of the dive issue! plus it will improve the ride as well.I would suspect while putting that together,you'd eliminate or find what's off in the forks.
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:15 AM
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