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engineerthis87
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engineerthis87

Proven Member, from Washington

engineerthis87 was last seen:
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    1. DeadlyAKrunna47
      DeadlyAKrunna47
      wow i remeber the pic in your avaitar when i was shopping for a gsx in 2008. lol thanks for bringing back the braincells lmao
    2. jbl_5star
      jbl_5star
      oh, just so u know. I found out what was causeing the prob... My fork was bent, ### it snapped on me a month ago... lame sauce. h
    3. jbl_5star
      jbl_5star
      i tried hittin you back but u didnt answer< and no i didnt, i dont have the pedal travel thats needed to engage<
      i think its the bushings in the assembly and the piece at the end of the rod that connects to the spring and rod for the master i think is stripped..
      the pedal feels real soft and i dont build pressure until the pedal is pretty much at the floor<
      so im waiting for the parts from satan.... damn expensive< buddy told me to go to a junkyard and do a over the fence technique< lol
      i even put a nut at the slave to try and get it to engage but didnt work< its weird ### it shifted before the master but had to sit and build pressure for i could leave;
      but before i redid the slave a outed the master rod to get more travel so it kinda all makes since to why i had to do that in the first place<
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    Location:
    Washington
    Occupation:
    electrician
    City:
    Spanaway
    State:
    Washington
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