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    Front isolators are the new toilet paper.

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    Hellfire for life. And now Hellfire to combat the china virus. That company rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    I honestly can't count how many Buells I've had, some over 50k miles, and none have never a bad one or had to replace one.

    Are we panicking? *Nervously walks out to the garage for a peek.
    I just bought one with 5k miles and it seems just fine.
    But Instead posts with owners saying they go through them every 10k miles. Hope mine lasts.

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    I wonder if doing this could work:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2_0BYvTkZ0o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    I just bought one with 5k miles and it seems just fine.
    But Instead posts with owners saying they go through them every 10k miles. Hope mine lasts.
    Before you swap out the isolator, make sure to mark one with a big “X” so you don’t mix them up.

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    Yeah, there is always the chance you'll put the old one back in especially if it's hot out and your trying to impress a babe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    I wonder if doing this could work:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2_0BYvTkZ0o
    Well, that was very interesting! Never knew you could make/pour your own poly bushings!!!

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    You can cast anything that melts, I have a set of heavy solid aluminum 'truck nuts' somewhere.

    Stand back ladies! I'm taken!



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