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post #1 of 6 Old 11-27-2011, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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Wanted: Bad 919 fork tube '04 or newer

Anybody have a bent or broken 919 fork tube they want to part with cheap? I'll cover shipping. Thanks.
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post #2 of 6 Old 11-27-2011, 12:34 PM
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Anybody have a bent or broken 919 fork tube they want to part with cheap? I'll cover shipping. Thanks.
And what, pray tell, do you have in mind for that ?
If it's to compare to something else to used instead, be careful.
For example, you can not use 919 legs with F4i tubes and vice versa.

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I'm slowly transforming my 919 into a veritable adventure touring machine. I'm raising the ride height about 2" and I'm looking into having FRANK'S custom make some longer tubes for me. I have used Frank's before with great results but they don't have a 919 blank and would need a stock tube to work from. I thought I'd send them a donor unit to avoid so much down time.
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I'm slowly transforming my 919 into a veritable adventure touring machine. I'm raising the ride height about 2" and I'm looking into having FRANK'S custom make some longer tubes for me. I have used Frank's before with great results but they don't have a 919 blank and would need a stock tube to work from. I thought I'd send them a donor unit to avoid so much down time.
Look forward to seeing your finished project.
I remember "Forking by Frank" back in the 70s.
They were the go to place for special lengths even back then.

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hey ken, i have a set of forks i dont need, but they're not 04 or newer, sorry.

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hey ken, i have a set of forks i dont need, but they're not 04 or newer, sorry.
if im not mistaken... all the 919 fork tubes are the same... the only difference is the top cap.

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