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Csr forks

Postby Samp » Sat Dec 15, 2018 10:57 am

Can anyone point me in the direction of some new modal 14 csr fork stantions or possibly some full forks

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Re: Csr forks

Postby dave16mct » Sat Dec 15, 2018 2:32 pm

You could try AMC Classic Spares.
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Re: Csr forks

Postby Ozmadman » Sun Dec 16, 2018 11:45 pm

Samp wrote:Can anyone point me in the direction of some new modal 14 csr fork stantions or possibly some full forks

Try here http://www.andrew-engineering.co.uk/ that's where I got mine some years ago. they have ceased making parts and trading in general but are open to sell parts they already have in stock
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Re: Csr forks

Postby Samp » Tue Dec 18, 2018 6:29 pm

Is there any fork that i can use to replace them maybe that will be more modern and up to offroading but still keep some of the look

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Re: Csr forks

Postby SPRIDDLER » Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:25 pm

There are one or two members who have fitted 'cuckoo' forks.
When I was visiting breakers to research fitting a disc front brake to my G3LS the Honda RS250 forks looked a good match. However, several folk with whom I spoke (including the breaker who was selling them) told me that the disc brake was 'rubbish'. (Purely anecdotal as I never went ahead with the mod for other reasons).
I think Rob Swift has fitted a pair of forks with a disc brake to a H/W machine................ :?

(I don't know if L/W forks are different from those of the H/W though).
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Re: Csr forks

Postby Samp » Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:50 pm

Mine is a csr so diffrent from the two there 1 1/8 i think and the others are 1 1/4 if im right the csr fors are harder to come by. Im not looking for a pure bike so dont mine changing things as bikes far from standered anyway and i want to do some greenlaning and possibly some modern enduro days on it just for a laugh really but it has to look some where near right

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Re: Csr forks

Postby ajscomboman » Tue Dec 18, 2018 9:15 pm

SPRIDDLER wrote:There are one or two members who have fitted 'cuckoo' forks.
When I was visiting breakers to research fitting a disc front brake to my G3LS the Honda RS250 forks looked a good match. However, several folk with whom I spoke (including the breaker who was selling them) told me that the disc brake was 'rubbish'. (Purely anecdotal as I never went ahead with the mod for other reasons).
I think Rob Swift has fitted a pair of forks with a disc brake to a H/W machine................ :?

(I don't know if L/W forks are different from those of the H/W though).


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Re: Csr forks

Postby Ozmadman » Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:50 pm

SPRIDDLER wrote:(I don't know if L/W forks are different from those of the H/W though).
L/W Teledraulic forks (used on the CSR's and 350's) are 1 and 1/8" but H/W forks are 1 and 1/4"
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Re: Csr forks

Postby shifter » Wed Dec 19, 2018 5:06 am

There is a set of forks on the old e bay £299.99, look in a bit of a state but could be resurrected. E bay number 264063289743
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Re: Csr forks

Postby Samp » Wed Dec 19, 2018 8:08 am

Wrong forks for mine i need 1 1/8

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