Erm I will try
1 pair of GSXR forks
1 pair of GSXR Radial Calipers
4 x 10mm spacers to sit between the fork legs and the calipers
4 x 10mmx70mmx1.25mmpitch high tensile bolts with suitable washers
Some loctite thread lock
1 GSXR front mud guard
1 set of GSXR yokes (t40 security Torque bit required for lockset)
1 pair of gsxr clip ons
1 set of GSXR/TLR bar ends
Allen Key 6mm Mirror removal, old forkleg removal
Allen Key 4mm bar ends,fairing removal, mud guard removal
Allen Key 3mm screen removal
Philips screwdriver (dismantle old clipons/ brake fluid resovoir
Torque driver (t40 security)
14mm wrench/socket (tighten up calpier bolts)
3mm spacer to sit on the outside of the fork leg, on the axle nut to correctly align the front wheel.
I can't do them, I read the how to butit just seems soooooooooo much bother to save 2 images per shot.
I signed up to photobucket premium so thought it nice not to have to resize.
I have learned my lesson though
The fork diameter is slightly smaller than the TLS ones, some folk shim, butthe jury is out weather this would stand up when riding hard.
I paid £370 for my complete front,for the sake of a few extra quid I wouldn't like the worry.
Bear in mind the resale value of your standard bits, £100-£200 tops for the whole job
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