Do they protect the isos from dirt and moisture entering or will they just keep the dirt and moisture to get worse? Your opinion please!
On a side note, after a high speed wobble episode, I pulled the DT headsteady and went back to stock. Not as smooth at low rpm but much more stable at high speed. I believe the stock improvement is do to fresh ISO's all around and good adjustment
Dave,DogT said:Interesting!! I am considering the original spongey head steady for now on the 69 restoration. Not impressed with the DT job, but am impressed with the CNW setup, but not for nearly $400. Thanks for that input. Seems that LAB and hobot kinda po-po the headsteadys too.