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steering damper mod

stumpy lord

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A few years ago I produced a version of the steering damper mod that was published in M.P.H. It being a flat1/4inch thick plate that fits under neath the steering column of the forks, and an angle bracket that fits on to the front left hand cylinder head studs. These I carved out using basic hand tools, and an electric drill, to say the least a time consuming proccess.

I know most guys are capable of producing their own. However if there is ennough interest in having some more made, I will through Norman walker see about having some produced by laser cutting .

The price will be only to cover my costs.

If you are interested please P.M. me.


cheers stumpy lord .[norman]
 

bmetcalf

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Thanks, I copied that already and am happy with it! The writeup of the similar Reg Bolton version on p. 17 of Forty Years On had some useful tips.
 
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