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#1 dablik

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Posted 29 September 2019 - 11:56 am

Has anyone fit a these bushes to a mk1, the lower bush is smaller in diameter than the removed old bush and smaller than the diameter of the bearing surface of the fork where it sits by approx 4-5mm, it would open to fit but it's quite a stretch and also means that the gap when in-situ would be quite large, i'm thinking these are the wrong inner bushes although the paperwork has them for the right bike and the kit number from Wemoto matches the number on my box, when delivered they were all loose in the box which i thought was unusual !

 

In this pic the old bush is in place and the new in front of the new stantion and i would really need to prise them apart to fit ?

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And here you can see the new bush sitting inside the old with the 2nd new bush on the right.

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Answered my own question, Wemoto sell the bushes seperatley with the dimensions given so i defo have the wrong ones sent to me, bought back in may so lets hope they will change them.

 

Iffin anyone is interested heres a linky


Edited by dablik, 29 September 2019 - 01:17 pm.

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