How not to test motorcycle shock absorbers!

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How not to test motorcycle shock absorbers!

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Paddle harder. I can hear banjo music!

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cannot think why people do that, how and why did you find that :oops:

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I wonder if this is the real reason Mr Fish has not got his scoot back from the dealers yet!

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I done some research on this and it seems this is the new quality control person at Suzuki shock absorber department I think they got mixed up on test the ride and suspension

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The Doctor was not an engineer... Instead of pulling it straight out, he should have unscrewed the spring. :o :shock:
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I agree with you John should unwound it with a windy gun

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Butt the metal bolt at the end would have rotated and tore more at the internal tissue.
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that is disgusting !!!! :-o
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What was I looking at exactly?! :shock:

I ain't clicking back to check what was being extricated. :?

Thanks but I think I'll stick to the main forum -shan't be popping to this place again. :)

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I dunno. With the user name you have, I thought that would be right up your street! :lol:
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