Fork stanchion size

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2Smoke
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Fork stanchion size

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Hello I'm trying to source some fork stanchions for my friends ns250r, and am hoping they are the same as the 400's (although probably not). Any chance someone could give me the outer diameter of the fork stanchions please for me to compare?

Thanks!
Paul

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Re: Fork stanchion size

Post by Mark »

The forks on the NS400 were basically a carry over from the NS250R, so you shouldn't have a problem.

Hopethis helps.

Regards

Mark
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2Smoke
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Re: Fork stanchion size

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Cool thanks will try some 400 ones.

Cheers!

Paul

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Re: Fork stanchion size

Post by Mark »

You're welcome.

TDR looks well. Give us yer wheels! :wink:

I've got a set of TZR wheels for mine, just haven't got round to cleaning them up and fitting them.. :roll: :oops:
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2Smoke
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Re: Fork stanchion size

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Ha ha well your welcome to them once I get something better to fit the tdr! Its at the back of the list at the moment though, concentrating on the nsr & rgv for a little while :oops:

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Re: Fork stanchion size

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no one has answered the holy grail question.....and fork tubes are mm in diameter?

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Re: Fork stanchion size

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boyoboy wrote:no one has answered the holy grail question.....and fork tubes are mm in diameter?
I did answer the question by confirming that the NS250 and NS400 have the same size.

To answer your question, they are 37mm.
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