CLEMTOG said:I have long had the notion that if you have a floating fork leg (on the right if callipers ahead of forks) then a fork brace should not ever be fitted, the "adjusting" and clamping of it will influence the pararlellity of the legs, but fine of you don't tighten the sliding adjustable bits.
motoddrob said:Motodd has had a Telefix fork brace fitted for 110000 kays. Forks work as they should. What's the problem with fork braces??
Also have the Marzo stanchions through the top yoke 25mm using off set cerani yokes. No problem with centre exhaust/mudguard
cbertozz said:Came across a large deer sitting at the side of the road in the village today. Was clearly not 100%. Called council and they took to Rspca but euthenased.
Dellortoman said:Pity they can't euthanise them all. We don't need feral non-endemic animals in Australia.
motoddrob said:Excuse my ignorance but were deer introduced to Oz?
sideshow said:Yes , it was the same in NZ too.
They actually had a name for the group of people responsible for it there , not sure if it was the same in Australia , but in NZ it was called something along the lines of the Royal acclimatisation society. They brought in plants and animals from all the colonies. Quite destructive.
Dellortoman said:Yes, along with rabbits, foxes, rats, mice, wild pigs, blackbirds, starlings, and a whole bunch of other stuff including plants like poplar trees, willows, gorse bushes, etc. The early pommy settlers brought all that shit with them when they colonised Australia. The British policy at the time was "Make the world England", so they did their best to bring all the pommy plants and animals with them to make Australia look like home. Most (if not all) of those imports are now pests in Australia.