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post #1 of 8 Old 01-14-2015, 10:28 PM Thread Starter
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919 measurement needed - frame to OE rearset

Can someone with stock 919 rearsets get the measurement for me in the pic? I'm working (slowly) on making adapter plates so I can run different rearsets and forgot the fore/aft measurement.

Helimechs pic. I was gonna PM Ian but my tablet is shit when it comes to copying URL's.

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I got 15.0 inches, depending on exactly where you take the measurement.
How precise are you looking for?

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I got 15.0 inches, depending on exactly where you take the measurement.
How precise are you looking for?
Just a ballpark number so that's fine.

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Am I looking at the same picture as you guys? If so, that's not close to 15 inches.

And sorry, I should be able to put a measured number of my own, but I've got Sato rearsets.

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Am I looking at the same picture as you guys? If so, that's not close to 15 inches.

And sorry, I sould be able to put a measured number of my own, but I've got Sato rearsets.
Yeah, Helimech got around 6.25" to middle of peg mount. Not sure where he measured 15" from but appreciate his effort.

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Yea, you guys are right. I got 5.5" - 6" depending on exactly where you're taking the measurement. By the time I got t the garage, I had a brain fart and measured to the rear peg. Sorry guys.

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Yea, you guys are right. I got 5.5" - 6" depending on exactly where you're taking the measurement. By the time I got t the garage, I had a brain fart and measured to the rear peg. Sorry guys.
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can supply drawings when i get home in feb. if helps
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