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    Assembled Mojo Hd!

    Finally asembled the bike. . I noticed a lilttle bit of side to side play in the upper link (drive side bearing,seatstay). My mechanic removed the upper link and noticed that the said bearing can be pushed out by hand! Perhaps the link itself got toast due to the stripping that my friend did (from red links to raw) anyway, my mechanic found a remedy of putting a strip of soda can inside the link then pressed in the bearing and the play is gone. Is that a fine fix? Anyway, i have a pending order of links from them which will ship in september according to them. But can i ride it hard still until the links arrive? The bike fits perfectly!

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    Re: Assembled Mojo Hd!

    Some responsibilities cannot be handed off to strangers on the Internet.

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    Im just asking your opinions. This is a forum anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petercarm View Post
    Some responsibilities cannot be handed off to strangers on the Internet.

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    Im just asking your opinions. This is a forum anyway.
    Agreed. Some people just get theirs socks knocked off by trolling new threads and being a douchebag. That aluminum can will rust, just be aware of that. Could cause more problems down the road than it's worth.

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    Just waiting for the links that I ordered. I just hope that the links worn out and not the frame

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