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Thread: Recall bearings

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    Me I'm not entitled to anything. Except sex from my wife "I think" and I still work for that. I work hard for everything I have always have always will. It's not a matter of entitlement if someone screws up its them making there mistakes right something that alot of people dont have to own up to anymore. If I would of know the bearing problem was so old I wouldn't of brought it up about the dealer replacing them my main concern was my safety and if the bearings in the front of the bike are dangerous or not. Maybe next time I'll under line lol for you as it means laugh out loud.

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    So casual observer, is he your son ? You keep calling him son so that is why I'm asking ?
    Last edited by njloco; 05-10-2020 at 02:18 PM.

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    Fathers are so hard on their children lol

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    Is this a liberal west coast bike chat thing ? Wow. Old bike , old parts. Fix it and move on bitches.

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    Hey, we Californians like our moto rants with some WHINE and commune raised hipster cheese. Nuthin' wrong with that!

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    Makes sense. Carry on with your cheese and wine.



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