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  1. Can someone tell me if the "Leading Link" front fork is a "Bolt on deal" for my 1994 Ural 650? If so, Will the stock 18 inch wheels from my bike fit? Its got a telescopic front fork from the factory, It handles like you would expect on the road, but if i go Off-Road its .. Lets say a little shakey? :-P I like to go Off-Road, But the handling with the telescopic fork.. Feels like its flexing, And the fact that it is a 1wd makes almost every trip a little more of an adventure than i care for.. Personal I think that changing the front fork to a "LL" is one of the best improvements i can do to enhance its ability to go in "ruff terrain" without beeing so hard to handle. I love my Ural, Its a "Keeper" and i dont mind doing some "adjustments" to it so it will fit my needs when going Off-Road ;-) Do you think its worth the investment of a LL fork? And how about a 2wd conversion?
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