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  2. "Gråkråkan" (grey crow) in swedish, or "L'aquila griglia" in it's mother tongue.
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  3. Woodcraft has a good selection of clip-ons in all kinds of sizes and rises: https://www.woodcraft-cfm.com/category?cid=131&clev=1&hs=1
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  4. Everything is copacetic so long as it stays off of me.....
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  5. Looking like a scout patrol for an Italian armored division!
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  6. Here's the crew that arrived today. A few more Stelvio's are due here tomorrow.
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  7. https://www.museodelmarchioitaliano.it/marchi/moto-guzzi.php
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  8. WD-40 could be bad. But another possible issue is the brake lever is not adjusted correctly. It sounds like the lever may be not allowing the piston in the master cylinder to fully retract. That can cause the brake to drag, and as it drags the fluid heats up. The fluid heats up and expands. Without a way to bleed the pressure from the expanding fluid the brake applies more pressure on the pads to the disk. Thus continuing the cycle. If the seals swell, that is clearly bad, But for it to apply more brake pressure as it gets hot points to te master not being allowed to fully return so
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