Norton Commando Filter in the New Milleneum

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Re: Norton Commando Filter in the New Milleneum

Postby Stuart SS » Sun Jul 12, 2009 7:43 am

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I guess really it is the similar deal as drum brake verses disc brake ~

Some lay claim that a drum brake is more efficient and not prone to locking ~ ( yet to see a lockheed brake lock !)

(And after riding a T120 with conical hubs ~ I was extremely impressed ~ in as much as "Ian " had fixed those Puppies well and truly !)


I am base my assessment on the view of others/ professionals that deal in these things ~ and much more acute than myself ~ and I am happy to fit the filter and change the oil and filter on a regular basis ~

The deal Works for me ~~
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