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New style fork boots

Postby madass140 » Sun Aug 13, 2017 7:47 pm

https://photos.smugmug.com/Seal-holders ... 003-XL.jpg
I've kept the gap between the slider and collar to a minimum for appearances.
Cost: 1 pair including spanner $60 + shipping
Regarding shipping costs, If I ship by normal post office air mail (which I prefer not to) shipping to the US ,UK some EU and AU is $20
but it could take around a month and no real tracking or comeback if they lose them.
By my preferred method DHL $29 1 set or $32 for 2 sets to the US. UK, EU, AU etc depends on post code city and country.
Paypal or NAB deposit for Aussies.
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Re: New style fork boots

Postby cliffa » Tue Aug 22, 2017 1:55 pm

Hi Don,
I know this may sound a bit odd, but can you still fit the short gaiter on these seal holders if you want to?
Also I see from Mikes (Brooking850) question that the carb linkages are almost ready to go. I can't wait to see them. Do you have the price decided yet?

Cheers,

Cliff.
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Re: New style fork boots

Postby madass140 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:30 pm

"I know this may sound a bit odd, but can you still fit the short gaiter on these seal holders if you want to?"
No, because I have deleted the recess or gap that the original dust cover fits in to, to retain it.
I wont ask the reason you would want to do this.
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Re: New style fork boots

Postby cliffa » Wed Aug 23, 2017 1:27 pm

madass140 wrote:I wont ask the reason you would want to do this.


The reason is that the (govenment) vehicle inspectors here in Switzerland are EXTREMELY picky, so anything that looks non standard get's a knock back if it doesn't have T.U.V. approval. Here are some of my fails examples:-
Commando: Norvil brake, LED pilot bulb, non resistor plug cap on one side.
Yamaha TR1 - I removed the "suicide spring off the sidestand as I live on a hill, I had to put it back on. Slight oil leak from the clutch operating mech. Had to have it all steam cleaned.
Honda 125 trail bike - no rubber on the gearchange pedal !
Honda VFR800 - the rear tyre tread was only 2mm ABOVE the Tread Wear Indicator.
and the list goes on...
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