They have pockets right? If so I'd be in for one.
Have you got the correct C3 clearance bearings fitted?
Quite why they're specced I'm not sure however I know from experience fitting standard clearance bearings results in them not lasting very long at all.
Sounds good, have PM'd.
The angle of the shock also makes a big difference, not sure which Guzzi you've got but I don't think they'll be too far off.
Might be interested in the chain if you'd sell it separately? If so how long is it?
As long as @cgg doesn't take the battery out of my mech so I have to put it back into sequential shifting mode again we're golden.
You're not the only one, I've got some wheel bearings to sort out this evening.
Spring rate will be different, depending how old/used they are they may benefit from new springs anyway though.
Few options here: https://www.bike-discount.de/en/shop/26-suspension-fork-80-110mm-820
Depending on what you're after maybe better getting something a few years old but looked after and getting them serviced?
Pub choice sorted for the end, do we have a suitable half way stop venue?
Not sure Tonbridge has an equivalent to the H Cafe but would be nice to get as close as possible to the bean tin lightshade vibez.
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