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    Default Springer fork - rear lower legs.

    Is anybody making the lower rear legs for a 1936 and up springer frontend.

    Jerry
    Last edited by Jerry Wieland; 02-25-2014 at 06:35 AM.

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    Lower rear legs, front and rear fork. Talk about confusing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Haynes View Post
    Lower rear legs, front and rear fork. Talk about confusing.
    So Chris, is that a yes or a no?

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    Jerry,
    Did you Cass Kuzba? He might know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Wieland View Post
    So Chris, is that a yes or a no?
    Your question is thourghly confusing. I have no idea what you want. "Lower rear legs, front and rear fork." Lower rear legs for front fork?
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    He wants the legs for the rigid fork. That would be the lower legs of the rear fork on the front end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Wieland View Post
    Is anybody making the lower rear legs for a 1936 and up springer frontend.

    Jerry
    I do not see where Jerry fell short in his brief Question, Is anybody (person or company) making (producing a replacement for) lower rear legs (the ridged rear fork has a right and left leg) for a 1936 and up springer frontend (Springer fork assembly is commonly called a frontend)?. Only my thoughts that he was asking a serious question. I know the lower legs are being produced for the front Spring fork but not of any for the ridged rear. Spelling and form aside, if a real question is asked, those with knowledge can craft a good faith answer. Shelby

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    It is his wording of "Lower rear legs, front and rear fork." But of course he has edited his original post and it doesn't say that anymore.
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    Sorry Chris, did not see the original wording which would explain your post. Shelby

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    I'm sure it was supposed to say front end rear fork but with spell check you have to be on your game . However some people go out of their way to be well, snotty is such harsh word but I think it would fit real well here. I understood what he wanted without getting all excited that I could be the first to make someone feel smaller for a simple mistake . Of coarse I could be wrong but if you read this forum over a long period of time certain things keep jumping out at you. and it's the same reason I use it less and less . I get a little anxious that I might phrase a question wrong and certain people would go out of their way to not answer the question or ask for it to be clarified but point out the mistake so I look less knowledgeable or maybe just plain stupid. It gets old real fast . I tell my children not to act like this . It's to bad that as adult we have to deal with this nonsense .
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