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    Looking for any advise on raking the front end of my 2008 '9. what degree of triple tree is ideal for handling and looks? Rims, brake lines rims and tire size (21, 23 or 26??) and who are some of the best suppliers? I know this mod will be a few thousand bucks...I'm quite mechanically inclinded but is this mod fairly straight forward or is it a professional only kind of job? Any ideas, suggestions and info would be great!! look forward to the response!

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    I have a 9* rake on my bike with a 26. Rake was 1K. Rim was another 1700 plus the tire. Rotors can add to the cost as can chrome calipers, fork tube covers, front fairing, ect.

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    You can do all work your self. Just swipe the card.
    LOL

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    after seeing your bike i think i'll have to "swipe the card" !!!! dam nice ride



    Quote Originally Posted by Dam Guy View Post
    You can do all work your self. Just swipe the card.
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    Thanks bro. One thing leads to another. Air ride front and rear, fender, nitrous tanks. One for air one for nitrous and list keeps growing. Then your wife wants a new car when she finds out how much you spent.
    LOL

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    "One thing leads to another"

    Bill you could add that to your signature...... Lol

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    Wasn't there a song had that in it also. It's a addiction. Might need to go to rehabilitation for being a modaholic.
    LOL

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