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I've bent the right side fork a little in a fall on a trip to Portugal last year and I've looking for a replacement stanchion. Does anyone have a single fork/set of forks for sale? I imagine the fork stanchions from an older model would also fit?



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Bad luck cry

What length is your stanchion?

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I have a pair of forks off a Raid. I know the internals are slightly different, but the stanchions may be the same length?

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The diameter will be the same and a quick look at part numbers seems to indicate the stanchion is the same on the Raid as on the OE models: p/n 4GY-23110-00 

But, to be sure, it would be good to check the length.

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I have some here

https://totallyttrs.com/epages/699105d9-e4cc-4b32-b236-84e72cd67f84.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/699105d9-e4cc-4b32-b236-84e72cd67f84/Products/TTR-0529

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Thanks guys, Moo lives near me so I will go pay him a visit to make sure they will fit a 2005

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They are all about 705mm long - or at least the ones I have are wink

I had another look at the stanchions and they are slightly different at the bottom. It could be just the ones I have but do check.

Raid fork comparison 6.JPG



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can't they be straightened... done it a couple of times...
just need a press & straight edge...





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Just started taking apart the forks I bought to replace the bent one with. It is quite clearly different from the ones on my blue 2005. I'm sure the ones I have are Raid ones, I'll sell them on (will put a post up in a bit.)

So I'm looking for a set of forks for a blue 2005 TTR. You can tell they are the right ones because they have ribbed detailing near the top of the stanchions. I only really need stanchions that are straight and only really need 1, but I'll buy a set if that's all that I can find. With my track record I'm bound to bend another one in the future.

If anyone has forks for sale, please let me know. I should've bought the ones you had in the shop back then when I first started looking for some, Steve :)



-- Edited by Juvecu on Saturday 2nd of September 2017 05:10:02 PM

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