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Old 04-22-2009
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I'd leave it as-is. I like a little rear rake.
Agree X2!!! Its not too bad and nice to have a lil rake in the rear. I have about the same setup on mine. The front is about an 1" lower than rear.
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looks good! i need to do the same. all i have right now is a small t bar crank

i want bigger shackles in the rear and to max out my tbars
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Dang work won't let me see pictures... Blast! I guess they think I should be working while on the clock...
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