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pablo350
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demensions

Post by pablo350 »

what are the inner demensions between a set of 750 860 900 forks?
i have a crown and can't figure out what bike it's for.
definently ducati.
about 150mm.

baddean
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Post by baddean »

On a 750 Gt, closer to 158mm fork to fork inside.
Dean

pablo350
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Post by pablo350 »

will 35mm cerani forks fit in to a 35mm ducati triple tree
and still have the same spacing for the front wheel? or will i need to get a spacer?

baddean
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Post by baddean »

If you are using Ceriani forks from a Ducati they should fit in either the Marzocchi yokes or the Ceriani yokes being 35mm.
Nowhere in any of the parts manuals or shop manuals does it differentiate between the two fork assemblies for wheel spacing. I take this to mean that the wheel spacing for both fork brands is the same.
Ducati did a fair amount of fork changing during the GT production but it doesn't appear that the wheel spacing changed.
Hope this helps,
Dean

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