Originally Posted by Smokin Tyre Garage
I am right behind you, mine should be done Tuesday, nothing to worry about with them they have tape and set screws, only thing I'm thinking is how to blacken in the part that's exposed on the inside of the forks.
I replaced the tape with set screws.Set screws holds it in place after they slide on from the bottom. Still nothing to worry about. They are a pretty thight fit before tightening them down.
I painted my forks with duplicolor gloss black and 2 or3 coats of duplicolor clear. You will like the powdercoat. It has a wet look[/QUOTE]
Oh ok I thought you was still using tape along with the set screws, that should still work, people just need to remember not to tighten the set screws to much as it will mess up their lower forks if screwed on to much.
Yeah I was just trying to do something without painting the forks, but I might just have to break down and do it anyways, just haven't been real motivated lately with do anything, kind of like hibernating for the winter lol.
No doubt that I should like the powder coat, I have some other powder coated parts that look good so this will be a great addition.
You can post here your PayPal or pm me and tell me the total and I will PayPal that to you so that way you can mail them out as soon as you get a chance without waiting for the money.