You know Pete, it never ceases to amaze me...There are "BIKERS" and there are "RIDERS"...I consider myself (and I'd safely guess you) to be part of the latter group..."BIKERS" call everyone else "posers" while they ride drunk, with no eye protection, low air pressure in their tires, and ignoring the wobble in the front end of their new $25,000 bike...Unreal..."RIDERS", on the other hand, demand that all the necessary service is done to their rides, that they and the friends they ride with are safe when they're out there, and enjoy offering help or friendly advice...I really think the most interesting part of the whole thing is how they (and we) all gravitate to one forum or another... Thanks for the kind words...
Explain to me what this has to do with front end issues.... Don't drink, always wear eye protection, always wear a helmet, have all necessary service done, check my air pressure, and oil , and tranny , and cables, tire wear, lights, ect... In a pack, if a rider goes down you can take out several with you if your bike isn't up to par. Pretty unfair analogy of us BIKERS....Get to know some, you might have a different opinion. In fact, I know more bikers that know more about their rides than "riders" as you put it, considering the fact that it's a way of life, not just a hobby...
2012 FLHTRU 103"/Freedom Performance duals/Cobra power port headers/Fi2000 Power Pro tuner/18" apes/Stage II Big Sucker/13" dark smoked Madstad/Monroe air ride