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    #91
    Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post

    Anyway - several items the raw materials have nearly doubled in the past 10-11 months.

    Trade war I assume.

    WW

    I think thats the result of " USA First " say thanks to D.T

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      #92
      Originally Posted by Luis View Post


      I think thats the result of " USA First " say thanks to D.T
      Might be. Don't exactly have a problem with some of the philosophy. However, if we're going to debate it should likely not be in this thread.

      My point is more to: Expect prices to increase, regardless of your political affiliation.

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        #93
        Let's keep this thread on track (my bad).

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          #94
          Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post
          Let's keep this thread on track (my bad).

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          Ok, I'm stumped.
          Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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            #95
            Originally Posted by 6 View Post

            Ok, I'm stumped.
            Rearset bracket with adjustable footpeg height?

            ww?

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              #96
              The recesses hint at clamping something round, like a fork maybe? Headlight bracket?
              Eric Y.
              1990 Hawk - Taka 92 in progress.
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              1989 Hawk - red & minty
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                #97
                Over-thought-out chain wear bracket that attaches to the OEM chain guard...or does it?

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                  #98
                  Well its got a slot in it so something moves relative to whatever it's bolted to.
                  Suzondacati Build Thread

                  Chain rollers, swing arm chain guides, brake hangers, etc.

                  Various parts for sale

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                    #99
                    He's trolling us, it's a part for his lawnmower or something
                    88 Hawk GT

                    Talk big. Think small. Do nothing.

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                      Originally Posted by Gweenz View Post
                      He's trolling us, it's a part for his lawnmower or something
                      He does that.I have some little parts he sent me once......still don't know what to do with them.

                      NOT a rearset.(not for a Hawk anyway)no angle of the dangle
                      Could it be as he says? Chainwear bracket? The slot for"adjustment" is actually a sight gauge?
                      Could be,rabbit Could be a roller bracket ,too.....but I think there's a hint in the fact that one hole is threaded.
                      Last edited by behindthetimes; 04-27-2018, 04:06 PM.

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                        73CABEF4-51C5-4A3B-894D-52D80CE498D4.jpeg Something else brewing...and yes, it really is just a chain wear gauge.
                        Last edited by wildwhl; 04-27-2018, 04:33 PM.
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                          Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post
                          Elmer Fudd.pngMore wenches !
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                            Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post

                            Anyway, dug this up and started pondering it more today too...

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                            Looks like a serious alternative for Woodcraft or Tyga. Really nice!
                            88 Tempest Gray California Model, desmoged, Wilbers 640 rear shock, CBR600f3 front internals, F/R custom springs, SS Brake lines F/R lines through SSA, Nissin 3-pot F caliper, CB-1 front fender, Factory Pro Jet Stage 3, Ram-Air Pods, CBR600f3 clip-ons, Fuel Diablo MicroMini exhaust, 17T/44T F/R sprockets, CBR600f2 speedo, frinesi2's chainroller, Reload's framesliders, F-110/70 R-160/60 Michelin PR3

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                              Originally Posted by wildwhl View Post
                              Over-thought-out chain wear bracket that attaches to the OEM chain guard...or does it?

                              WW
                              Ah I thought threaded holes were for some kind of license plate bracket for those who like that look.
                              Lynn
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                                Originally Posted by SPA View Post

                                Elmer Fudd.pngRed V4.01 wenches !
                                (and guess what - they fit Triumphs too - thanks sono for the verification tests!)

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