The stripping has started in earnest now, and so far we’ve not discovered any really awful horrors – just twenty years of grease and dirt clinging to every inaccessible nook and cranny.
There are a few parts that are clearly skip-fodder, and will duly be binned once replacements have been found. It’s going to take a fair bit of effort to get it all back together in a way that can easily be worked on trackside, and to make it reliable.
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We’re already starting to draw up a list fo parts needed, and recommissioning jobs to do, but the fork really does look a bit buggered, so we might whip it out and fit a set of USDs from the L model, complete with yokes, obviously.