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Old 11-14-2009, 03:36 PM
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Default odd ktm/gg 43/48/zoke suspension quandry

SO I have a 625SXC with the 43wp's,, and I have acquired a set of 48wp's from a 03sx that need to be resealed. They are complete, clamps to wheel.. so it could be a drop on.. once rebuilt. I also have a 97 GG that I was looking to put a set of 43's on it.. Have the stock clamps for 43's for that bike,, now it has old school 45zoke conventionals that have the tendency to leak after every ride.. Now if I put the 48's on the sxc I could put the 43s from the sxc on the GG.. but the bigger axle my sumo wheels would not fit on the sxc anymore.. I also have a set of husky 45 zoke inverted forks but need a set of clamps to make them work on either bike.. oh decisions decisions decisions!! I could always put the 48's on the GG? I think the ktm clamp and the GG clamp are the same offset??
What would you do??
Oh the GG is my 97 250ec-2stroker woods bike and I use my sxc for the same trails,, just a bit slower and noisier..
16 Beta 350rr
04 KTM 525 sx/exc gone
03 KTM 625 sxc-rehab unit-did its job and now gone
03 GG 250 ec-gone
97 GG 250 ec Gone
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