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Designed and had made by machine shops that know their business a kit ( available to you) to convert the skinny front wheel to use a totally un modified rear wheel.... The kit includes the triple tree (yokes) brake spacer, spindle, spindle spacer etc All you will need to do the conversion..... All you need is any Scrambler rear wheel and tyre and about 4 hours....... Instructions included. If you want one - e mail me on haicookieko at gmail dot com


The price is about a 1/3 of the kit from ITALY!!!!!
 

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Designed and had made by machine shops that know their business a kit ( available to you) to convert the skinny front wheel to use a totally un modified rear wheel.... The kit includes the triple tree (yokes) brake spacer, spindle, spindle spacer etc All you will need to do the conversion..... All you need is any Scrambler rear wheel and tyre and about 4 hours....... Instructions included. If you want one - e mail me on haicookieko at gmail dot com


The price is about a 1/3 of the kit from ITALY!!!!!





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sorry not my cup of tea. The existing front tire is big enough for me. That looks like it would really negatively influence handling.
 

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Not my thing either; I think the Italians got it right the first time. If I wanted a Harley I would have bought one.

But if you dig it, go on with your bad self.
 

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Why did I waste my time at school with chemistry, physics and two languages?
Should of taken up machine shop...

Nice work but I have a Harley as well as the Scrambler so...

good luck with the venture..
 

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Why did I waste my time at school with chemistry, physics and two languages?
Should of taken up machine shop...

Nice work but I have a Harley as well as the Scrambler so...

good luck with the venture..
Thanks - I did my Engineering degree when younger and then worked designing cooling systems for cars, bikes, trucks etc for Japanese company before doing small projects for fun....
 
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