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Hey everyone! Thought I'd share the latest fork conversion I did. Gs160 with radial caliper and polini full floating disc
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Molto Verboso
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Nice work. What fork did you use?
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1979 P150X, 1983 P200E, 1987 PK125XL Elestart, 1988 T5, 1995 PX200E, 2011 Yamaha Fazer 600 S2
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Excellent work as usual Joe. How much do you shorten the fork?? Is it the "usual" 25mm?? I've done 2 PK forks for two V50s but none for a largeframe. I'll be building a Sprint V. for me in the winter and have a PX fork lined for it…
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Looks lovely

Top work
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pheasant plucker wrote:
Nice work. What fork did you use?
Standard new production px 20mm fork
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All my forks regardless of model get shortened roughly 44mm to maintain the stock height with the shock I use.
SaFiS wrote:
Excellent work as usual Joe. How much do you shorten the fork?? Is it the "usual" 25mm?? I've done 2 PK forks for two V50s but none for a largeframe. I'll be building a Sprint V. for me in the winter and have a PX fork lined for it…
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Nice work!
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saintscycleworks wrote:
Standard new production px 20mm fork
hello, what about the shock ? is it a PX one or PK ?
regards !
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