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Time to Stop this thread before someone gets hurt feelings

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21 hours ago, simicrintz said:

Is that Jeff Bridges??!!

The Dude...

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On 7/8/2019 at 1:16 PM, Bagstr said:

Time to Stop this thread before someone gets hurt feelings

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Stop the thread ???????   That should be the new shirt !!!!!!!!!!

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3 hours ago, SoCalMule said:

The Dude...

Just for the record, in case anyone else wishes to be married, I have the power:

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I have a similar document.  I guess it works, they are still married.

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2 hours ago, paulmbowers said:

Just for the record, in case anyone else wishes to be married, I have the power:

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I bow to the Master...Talk about hijacking a thread! 

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On 7/3/2019 at 2:47 PM, repoman said:

One more question, how do i know when to rebuild the top end? 

You mentioned that it has had the valves adjusted multiple times. Some 2007 rfs motors had issues with the intake valves. Mine did. If you find that at the valve check the lash has gone to 0 or significantly changed and this occurs multiple times you may want to consider replacing the intake valves. I bought my bike used and it came with service reports from NCY indicating that they had adjusted the valves several times early in the bikes life. When I checked them they had gone to near zero again. Bike ran fine but I elected to pull the head and install Kibblewhite stainless steel intakes. Since then many thousands of miles by myself and the subsequent owner and the valves are still holding their adjustment. 

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10 hours ago, PbdBlue said:

install Kibblewhite stainless steel intakes

Yes do this! They hold valve clearances very well. 

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