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Old 08-30-2010, 07:37 PM
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Redneck Mutant mono shock.

Is anyone out there working on or built a mutant mono shock lately? Just trying to get the funds together to buy the frame and just want some input on them.

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Just bought a set up what can I help you with?
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I think you're about 2 years to late...
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Lol sorry about that how did it turn out I'm working on one right now! Hey also how the heck do you start a new post I can't find the new post button?
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moe built a kick ass mono shock some time back

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Lol sorry about that how did it turn out I'm working on one right now! Hey also how the heck do you start a new post I can't find the new post button?
you have to select a section to post it in 1st.... then select new thread... then you can post your thread..
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I think you're about 2 years to late...
Building the bike of your dreams doesn't have to follow fashion. Go for it straight-shot. +1 on Moe's build - really well executed example.
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Building the bike of your dreams doesn't have to follow fashion. Go for it straight-shot. +1 on Moe's build - really well executed example.
..no, this threads 2 years old....
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My bike is done. Turned out great! Just like I wanted.
I can't say much good about Redneck engineering though. I will not buy from them again.

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Looks nice question for you I want to dress up the engine with powder coat now I'm new to building but I'm wondering if taking off the heads is as simple as un-bolt and bolt back together. I don't wanna run into anything crazy I need special equipment for?
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Looks nice question for you I want to dress up the engine with powder coat now I'm new to building but I'm wondering if taking off the heads is as simple as un-bolt and bolt back together. I don't wanna run into anything crazy I need special equipment for?
not to big a deal to remove the heads.. you will need to retime the motor & adjust the valves... keep a eye on the pushrods..thay may be diffferent lengths.. I guess you have a torque wrench.. get a service manulal..this will help alot..
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Old 11-14-2012, 05:08 AM
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..no, this threads 2 years old....
Doh! my bad

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Ok thanks for the reply guys I think immgoing to try it. If. Anyone has a video or pics on there tear down send my way I'm still kind of Nerves do wanna screw anything up and have to pay to fix it!
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