Bought my 03 (63 K miles) Ultra this past May, and have known since then that I had to have some brake work done. Rear brake had this pulsating feel to it which ended up being a warped rotor which has since been replaced and now works like a charm. Front brakes feel "spongy", and I had to pull it to the grip for it to actually brake... Spent $ 400 + last week to have the MC rebuilt and the original brake lines replaced with new braided ones. Front braking has improved somewhat since, but the lever still travels halfway before starting to do something, and the spongy feel is not entirely gone. The repair shop owner tells me that the pads are worn at an angle, and therefore my front fork is not straight, indicating the bike was probably in an accident....something the previous owner obviously didn't tell me. The pads and rotor are therefore not parallel to each other, resulting in the spongy feel. According to the shop owner, I'll really be in trouble the next time I have to replace the pads, as they won't be "worn in" to this bad situation, resulting in having practically no front brakes at all. Is there such a thing as straightening a bend front fork? How do I go about buying a new one? Will spending $ 2K (ballpark figure) be the end of the brake problems for my Glide? Is it worth the money, or should I give up on my dream of riding a anniversary edition Ultra. Too many questions.....I hope somebody has answers!