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Old 07-26-2018, 03:14 PM
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I use the original gasgas tripple clamps. I machined the clamping diameter and it works fine since about 200 hours. I am doing not only woods ridding, I am also on the motocross track with my gasser


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Old 07-27-2018, 03:19 PM
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Yeah that kinda rang a bell but I'd thought it was NKs thread I'd hooked onto.
Think that has all the answers. I cheated and bought the braking caliper adapter.

A mate jumped on mine from his 10 last weekend and said the biggest thing he noticed were how much better my forks were.
Yeah I'm gonna by the adaptor too. I made one for my SM, but 10mm actually seems more difficult lol!
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I use the original gasgas tripple clamps. I machined the clamping diameter and it works fine since about 200 hours. I am doing not only woods ridding, I am also on the motocross track with my gasser


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Too late .

2010 forks fit 2009 yokes anyway. I read somewhere that they'd changed the upper diameter on the forks but haven't found the problem..
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My only problem now seems to be the steering stop. I might weld one to the head stock as others have, but perhaps a little further up with an offset so I'm not welding where the bearing sits??
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