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tomb1957

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Did the emig parts make for as easy a conversion as advertised?

After pressing the stem into lower (2000 CR125) and using the bushing for the top, it went together just as easy as pie. I decided to use the Emig stem and bushing since calling around to local machine shops and getting nowhere. They must be real busy, nobody wanted my business.

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Your bike looks great!!! i like the clean look to it :ride: i used the emig stem on mine too, went together as easy as a factory setup. still waiting on a front wheel for mine to finish the whole conversion, cant wait to try it out.

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tomb1957 , Looks sweet. I love mine. Hopefully you like them as much as i do. I think the trail riding capability's were really in hanced with the plushness.

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:ride: Man, looks like I messed up the right fork seal when I replaced it. It's leaking just a tad just sitting. So I went and got OEM seals from Honda. Tomorrow's project.

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Replaced the seal, everything is cool now. Gonna take it out next weekend. (The bike I mean.)

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