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I just completed a ride from St. George, Utah to Harrison, Arkansas on my GL1100. All was great until I got home and lost all air in my front forks. I found a crack in one of the fittings on the air hose connecting my forks. Can anyone suggest a work around or where I might obtain a replacement hose?
 

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You could get one made at a hose shop.
 

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at each end of the rubber is a brass tube crimped down into a permaent clamp. If you grind that off, its just a barbed hose fitting with hose pushed on, and then the tube is crimped down. you can slide new hose on those barbs and use a hose clamp until you find a new one.
 

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I like the hose clamp idea. Thanks, I'll give it a try until I can find a replacement or have one made.
 
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