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Title: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on Dec 18, 2010, 17:00:07
Compliments of "a member on another forum",
Sorted by size, find yours and you can see what else shares the same size for a swapping donor.

JAP bikes Fork Tube Sizes

Fork Diameter Make Model and Year

27 Honda MB5 (82)
27 Honda CR-60R (83)
27 Honda XR-70R (97-03)
27 Honda XL-70K (74-76), XL-75 (77-79), XR-75 (72, 74-78 )
27 Honda XL-80 (80-85)
27 Honda XR-80 (83-84)
27 Honda XR-80R (85-91, 93-03)
27 Honda CL90 (67)
27 Honda S90
27 Honda EZ-90 (91-95)
27 Honda ST-90 (73-75)
27 Honda CB-100K2 "Super Sport 100" (70-72)
27 Honda CL-100K2 "Scrambler 100" (72)
27 Honda CL-100S2.S3 "Scrambler 100 5HP (72-73)
27 Honda XL-100S (81-85)
27 Honda XR-100R (85-03)
27 Honda CT-110 (80-86)
27 Honda CB-125S (73-75)
27 Honda CB-125S (76-82)
27 Honda CB-125S (84-85)
27 Kawasaki KD-80A (75-76)
27 Suzuki TS-50L (78 )
27 Suzuki TM-75 L/M/A (74-76)
27 Suzuki TS-75 M/A/B "Colt" (75-77)
27 Suzuki RM-80 B (77)
27 Suzuki RM-80 C (78 )
27 Suzuki RV-90 L/M/A/B "Rover" (74-77)
27 Suzuki DS-100 C/N/T/X (78-81)
27 Suzuki TS-100 C/N (78-79)
27 Yamaha YSR-50 T/U/W/A/B/D (87-92)
27 Yamaha YZ-80 A/B/C/D/E/F (74-79)
27 Yamaha DT-100 D/E/F/G/H/J/K (77-83)
27 Yamaha MX-100 F/G/H/J/K (79-83)
27 Yamaha RT-100 A/D/E/F/G/H/J/K/L/M (90, 92-00)
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30 Honda CR-60R (84)
30 Honda CR-80R (80-81)
30 Kawasaki KX-60A1/A2 (83-84),
30 Kawasaki KDX-80A1-A2/B2-B3/C1-C5 (80-88 )
30 Kawasaki KX-80 A1/A2/C1 (79-81)
30 Kawasaki KE-100A5-A10 (76-81)
30 Kawasaki KE-100B1-B20 (82-01)
30 Kawasaki KLT-110A2 (85)
30 Kawasaki KLT-160A1 (85)
30 Suzuki RM-60 K3 (03)
30 Suzuki RM-80 N/T/X (79-81)
30 Suzuki RM-80 Z/D/E/F (82-85)
30 Suzuki TC-90 J
30 Suzuki B-100 P
30 Suzuki DR-100 D/E/F/G/H/J/K/L (83-90)
30 Suzuki RM-100 A/B (76-77)
30 Suzuki RM-100 C (78 )
30 Suzuki TC-100 K/L/M/A/B "Blazer" (73-77)
30 Suzuki TS-100 K/L/M/A/B "Honcho" (73-77)
30 Suzuki TS-100 T/X (80-81)
30 Suzuki DR-Z110 K3/K4 (03-04)
30 Suzuki DR-Z125 L K3/K4 (03-04)
30 Suzuki DS-125 N/X/T (79-81)
30 Suzuki RV-125 K/L/M/A/B "Tracker" (73-77)
30 Suzuki TC-125 K/L/M/A/B "Prospector" (73-77)
30 Suzuki TM-125 K/L/M "Challenger" (73-75)
30 Suzuki TS-125 R/J/K/L/M/A/B "Duster" (71-77)
30 Suzuki TS-125 C/N (78-79)
30 Suzuki DS-185 C (78 )
30 Suzuki GT-185 K/L "Adventurer" (73-74)
30 Suzuki GT-185 M/A/B "Adventurer" (75-77)
30 Suzuki TS-185 R/J/K/L/M/A/B "Sierra" (71-77)
30 Suzuki TS-185 C (78 )
30 Suzuki T 200
30 Yamaha DT-50 U/W/A DTL/C (88-90)
30 Yamaha YZ-80 G/H/J (80-82)
30 Yamaha DT-100 A/B/C (74-76)
30 Yamaha MX-100 A/B (74-75)
30 Yamaha DT-125 A/B/C (74-76)
30 Yamaha MX-125 A/B (74-75)
30 Yamaha TT-125 RM/RMC (00)
30 Yamaha TTR-125N/LN/P/LPC/R/LR/S/LS/E/LES (01-04), TZ-125 G
(80)
30 Yamaha YZ-125 A/B (74-75)
30 Yamaha DT-175 A/B/C (74-76)
30 Yamaha MX-175 A/B (74-75)
30 Yamaha TY-175 B/C (75-76)
30 Yamaha YT-175 J/K (82-83)
30 Yamaha SR-185 H/J "Exciter" (81-82)
30 Yamaha RD-200A/B/C (74-76)
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31 Honda CR-80R (82)
31 Honda CR-80R (83)
31 Honda SL-100 K (69-70)
31 Honda XL-100 (74-78 )
31 Honda XL-100S (80 From 5103464)
31 Honda CB-125TT (90)
31 Honda CR-125M/M1 "Elsinore" (74-75)
31 Honda MT-125K (74-76)
31 Honda SL-125 "Motosport 125" (72-73)
31 Honda TL-125K "Trials 125" (73-75)
31 Honda XL-125K/K1 (74-78 )
31 Honda XL-125S (80 From 5005876- 82, 84)
31 Honda XL-125S (85)
31 Honda CB-175K3-K7 (69-73)
31 Honda MR-175 "Elsinore" (76-77)
31 Honda SL-175K1 (71)
31 Honda CM-185T "Twinstar" (78-79 To 2111990)
31 Honda CM-185T "Twinstar" (79 From 2111991)
31 Honda XL-185S (79-80 To 5006890)
31 Honda XL-185S (80 From 5006891 - 83)
31 Honda CB-200T (75-76)
31 Honda CM-200T "Twinstar" (80 To 2012204)
31 Honda CM-200T "Twinstar" (80-82)
31 Honda TR-200 "Fatcat" (86-87)
31 Honda XR-200 (80-84)
31 Honda CB-250 "Nighthawk" (91-04)
31 Honda CM-250C "Custom" (82-83)
31 Kawasaki KX-80 C2 (82)
31 Kawasaki KX-125/ A1-A3 (74-77)
31 Kawasaki KZ-200A1/A2 (78-79)
31 Kawasaki KZ-250D1/D2 (80-81)
31 Kawasaki KZ-250L1 "CSR" (82)
31 Kawasaki EX-305B1 "GP" (83)
31 Suzuki SP-100 D (83)
31 Yamaha DT-125 E (78 )
31 Yamaha DT-175 E (78 )
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32 Kawasaki KE-175B1-B3 (76-78 )
32 Suzuki DR-125 Z/D/E (82-84)
32 Suzuki GN-125 Z/D (82-83)
32 Suzuki GN-125 EM/EN/EP/ER/ES/ET/EV (91-97)
32 Suzuki SP-125 Z/D (82-83)
32 Suzuki TS-125 T/X (80-81)
32 Suzuki DS-185 N (79)
32 Suzuki DS-185 T (80)
32 Suzuki TS-185 N (79)
32 Suzuki TS-185 T/X (80-81)
32 Yamaha YZ-100 D/E/F (77-79)
32 Yamaha DT-125 F/G/H (79-81)
32 Yamaha IT-125 G (80)
32 Yamaha DT-175 F/G/H (79-81)
32 Yamaha MX-175 F/G/H (79-81)
32 Yamaha SR-250 G/H/J/TH "Exciter" (80-82)
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33 Honda CR-80R (84)
33 Honda CR-80R (85-86)
33 Honda TLR-200 (86-87) "Reflex"
33 Honda XL-200R (83-84)
33 Honda CMX-250C (85-87, 96-04)
33 Honda CMX-250C2 (99-00)
33 Honda TL-250K "Trials 250" (75-76)
33 Honda CB-350K "Twin" (68-74)
33 Honda CB-350F/F1/G "Four" (72-74)
33 Honda CL-350 "Scrambler 350" (72-73)
33 Honda SL-350 K1 (70-71)
33 Honda CB-360/T (75-76), CL-360K (74), CJ-360T (76-77)
33 Honda CJ-360T (76-77)
33 Honda CB-400A "Hondamatic" (78 )
33 Honda CB-400A "Hondamatic" (78 )
33 Honda CB-400F (75)
33 Honda CB-400T I & T II "Hawk" (78-79)
33 Honda CB-400T (80 From 2004662 - 81)
33 Honda CB-400T (80 To 2004661)
33 Honda CM-400A "Hondamatic" (79-81)
33 Honda CM-400T (79-81)
33 Honda CM-400E (80-81)
33 Honda CM-400T (79-80 To 2114344)
33 Honda CB-450SC (82-86)
33 Honda CM-450A/E (82-83)
33 Honda CX-500 (78-79), CX-500C (79), CX-500D (79)
33 Honda CX-500C "Custom" (80)
33 Honda CX-500C "Custom" (80)
33 Kawasaki KX-65A1-A5 (00-04)
33 Kawasaki KX-80E1 (83)
33 Kawasaki KX-80E2/E3 (84-85)
33 Kawasaki KZ-305A1/A2 "CSR" (81-82)
33 Kawasaki KZ-400A1/A2 "Deluxe" (77-78 )
33 Kawasaki KZ-400C1 (78 )
33 Kawasaki KZ-400H1 "Ltd" (79)
33 Kawasaki KZ-440A1 "Ltd" (80)
33 Kawasaki KZ-440A2-A4 "Ltd" (81-83)
33 Kawasaki KZ-440D1 "Ltd" (80)
33 Kawasaki KZ-440D2-D4 "Ltd" (81-83)
33 Suzuki RM-65K3/K4 (03-04)
33 Suzuki RM-80 G/H/J (86-88 )
33 Suzuki GN-250 Z/D (82-83)
33 Suzuki GS-250 TT/TX (80-81)
33 Suzuki GT-250 K/L/M/A/B "Hustler" (73-77)
33 Suzuki GS-300 LZ/LD (82-83)
33 Suzuki GT-380 J/K "Sebring" (72-73)
33 Suzuki GT-380 L/M/A/B "Sebring" (74-77)
33 Suzuki GS-400 B/XB (77)
33 Suzuki GS-400 C/XC (78 )
33 Suzuki GS-425 N/EN (79)
33 Suzuki GS-450 ET/ST/EX/SX/EZ/ED (80-83)
33 Suzuki GS-450 GAZ/GAD (82-83)
33 Suzuki GS-450 LT/LX/LZ (80-82)
33 Suzuki GS-450 TX/TZ/TXZ/TXD(81-83)
33 Yamaha YZ-80 K/L/N/S/T/U/W/A/B/D (83-92)
33 Yamaha BW-200 ES/ET/EU (86-88 )
33 Yamaha TW-200 T/TC/U/UC/W/WC/A/AC/B/BC/D/DC/E/EC "Trailway"
(87-93)
33 Yamaha TW-200 F/FC/G/GC/H/HC/J/JC/EK/EKC "Trailway"
(94-98 )
33 Yamaha TW-200 L/LC/M/MC/N/NC/P/PC/R/RC/S/SC (99-04)
33 Yamaha SRX-250 T/TC (87)
33 Yamaha XV-250 U/UC/W/WC/A/AC (88-90)
33 Yamaha XV-250 G/GC/H/HC/J/JC/K/KC/L/LC (95-99)
33 Yamaha BW-350 U (88 )
33 Yamaha XS-360 C/D/2D (76-77)
33 Yamaha XS-400 D/E/2E/F/2F/G/H (77-81)
33 Yamaha XS-400 SG/SH (80-81)
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34 Suzuki T 250
34 Suzuki T-250 II
34 Suzuki TM-250 J/K (72-73)
34 Suzuki TS-250 R/J/K/L/M/A "Savage" (71-76)
34 Suzuki TC-305
34 Suzuki T-350 1 / 2
34 Suzuki TM-400 R "Cyclone" (71)
34 Suzuki TM-400 J "Cyclone" (72)
34 Suzuki TS-400 J/K/L/M/A/B "Apache" (72-77)
34 Suzuki T-500 1/2/3, T-500M (75)
34 Yamaha YZ-100 C (76)
34 Yamaha MX-125 C (76)
34 Yamaha YZ-125 C (76)
34 Yamaha DT-250 A/B/C (74-76)
34 Yamaha DT-250 D/E (77-78 )
34 Yamaha DT1/1B/1S/1C/1C-MX (68-70)
34 Yamaha DT1E/1MX (71)
34 Yamaha MX-250/A/B (73-75)
34 Yamaha TY-250 A/C/D (74, 76-77)
34 Yamaha RD-350/A/B (73-75)
34 Yamaha DT-360 A (74)
34 Yamaha YZ-360 A/B (74-75)
34 Yamaha DT-400 B/C/D/E (75-78 )
34 Yamaha MX-400 B (75)
34 Yamaha SC-500/A (73-74)
34 Yamaha TX-500/A/ XS-500B (73-75)
34 Yamaha XS1/1B/2/TX-650 (71-73)
34 Yamaha XS1/1B/2/ TX-650 (70-73)
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35 Honda CR-80R (87-95)
35 Honda CR-125M "Elsinore" (76)
35 Honda CR-125M "Elsinore" (77-78 )
35 Honda NX-125 (88-90)
35 Honda XR-200R (81-83)
35 Honda CL72 "Scrambler 250"
35 Honda CR-250M/M1 "Elsinore" (73, 75-76)
35 Honda MR-250 "Elsinore" (76)
35 Honda VTR-250 "Interceptor VTR" (88-90)
35 Honda XL-250 "Motosport 250" (72, 74-76)
35 Honda XL-250S (78-80 To 5204066)
35 Honda XL-250S (80 From 5204067 - 81)
35 Honda XR-250 (79-80)
35 Honda CL77 "Scrambler 305"
35 Honda SL-350 "Motosport 350" (72)
35 Honda XL-350 (74-78 )
35 Honda CL-450 "Scrambler" (69-72)
35 Honda CB-450 (70-74)
35 Honda CB-500 "500 Four" (71-73)
35 Honda CX-500C "Custom" (81-82)
35 Honda GB-500 (89-90)
35 Honda GL-500/I (81-82)
35 Honda XL-500S (79-80 To 5104835)
35 Honda XL-500S (80- 81)
35 Honda CB-550 "550 Four K" (74-78 )
35 Honda CB-650 (79-80)
35 Honda CB-650 (81-82)
35 Honda CB-650C (80 To 2009951)
35 Honda CB-750K (69)
35 Honda CB-750 "750 Four" (70, 72)
35 Honda CB-750A "750 Hondamatic" (76-78 )
35 Honda CB-750C "Custom" (80-82)
35 Honda CB-750F "Super Sport" (75-78 )
35 Honda CB-750F (79-80)
35 Honda CBX (79-80)
35 Kawasaki KX-80 G1/G2 (86-87)
35 Kawasaki KX-80 L1-L3/N1-N3 (88-90)
35 Kawasaki KE-175D1-D4 (80-83)
35 Kawasaki EX-250E1/E2 "Ninja" (86-87)
35 Kawasaki KE-250B1-B3 (77-79)
35 Kawasaki KZ-550H1/H2 "GP" (82-83)
35 Kawasaki ZX-550A1-A3 "GPz" (84-86)
35 Suzuki RM-80 K/L/M/N/P (89-93)
35 Suzuki RM-80 R/S/T/V/W/X/Y/K1 (94-01)
35 Suzuki RM-100 N/T/X (79-81)
35 Suzuki DR-125 G/H/J (86-88 )
35 Suzuki DR-125 SER/SES/SET (94-96)
35 Suzuki RM-125 M/A (75-76)
35 Suzuki SP-125 G/H/J (86-88 )
35 Suzuki DR-200 G/H/J (86-88 )
35 Suzuki DR-200 SET/SEV/SEW/SEX/SEY/SEK1/SEK2/SK3 (96-03)
35 Suzuki RL-250 L/M "Exacta" (74-75)
35 Suzuki SP-250 Z/D/F (82-83, 85)
35 Suzuki TS-250 1 "Savage" (69)
35 Suzuki TS-250 B/C/N (77-79)
35 Suzuki GN-400 T/XT/XX/TX/TZ (80-82)
35 Suzuki TM-400 K/L/M "Cyclone" (73-75)
35 Suzuki GS-450 LD (83)
35 Suzuki GS-450 LF/LG/LH/LJ (85-88 )
35 Suzuki GT-500 A/B "Titan" (76-77)
35 Suzuki RE-5M, A
35 Suzuki GS-550 LX/ LZ (81-82)
35 Suzuki GS-550 B/C/EC (77-78 )
35 Suzuki GS-550 LN/LT (79-80)
35 Suzuki GS-550 LG (86)
35 Suzuki GT-550 J/K "Indy" (72-73)
35 Suzuki GT-550 K (KAYABA)/ L (73-74)
35 Suzuki GR-650 D/XD "Tempter" (83)
35 Suzuki GS-650 EX/EZ(81-82)
35 Suzuki GS-650 GLX/GLZ/GLD(81-83)
35 Suzuki GS-750 B/C/EC (77-78 )
35 Suzuki GS-750 EX/EZ (81-82)
35 Suzuki GS-750 LT/LX (80-81)
35 Suzuki GS-750 TZ/TD (82-83)
35 Suzuki GT-750 J/K/L/M/A/B "Lemans" (72-77)
35 Yamaha YZ-100 G/H (80-81)
35 Yamaha IT-125 H (81)
35 Yamaha RT-180A/B/C (90-93)
35 Yamaha XT-200 J/K/KC (82-83)
35 Yamaha XT-250 G/H/J/K/KC (80-83)
35 Yamaha TZ-250 C/D/E (76-78 )
35 Yamaha TZ-250 F (79)
35 Yamaha RZ-350 L/N/NC/NCII (84-85)
35 Yamaha TZ-350 /C/D/E (72-78 )
35 Yamaha XS-400 J/K "Maxim" (82-83)
35 Yamaha SR-500 E/F/G/H (78-81)
35 Yamaha XS-500 C/D/E (76-78 )
35 Yamaha XJ-550 RH/RJ/RK "Seca" (81-83)
35 Yamaha XZ-550 RJ/RK "Vision" (82-83)
35 Yamaha XS-650 D/E/F/2F (77-79)
35 Yamaha XS-650 SE/SF/SG/SH/SJ (78-82)
35 Yamaha TX-750/A (73-74)
35 Yamaha XS-750 D (77)
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36 Honda XR-200R (84-02)
36 Kawasaki KX-80 T2-T4 (92-94)
36 Kawasaki KX-85 A1-A4 (01-04)
36 Kawasaki KX-100B5-B7 (95-97),
36 Kawasaki KX-125 A4-A5 (78-79)
36 Kawasaki EL-250B2/B3 (88-89)
36 Kawasaki EX-250F2-F4, F6-F18 "Ninja 250R" (88-90, 92-04)
36 Kawasaki KL-250A3-A5 (80-82)
36 Kawasaki KL-250D2-D21 "KLR250" (85-04)
36 Kawasaki KLX-250A1/A2 (79-80)
36 Kawasaki KX-250 A/A1/A2 (74-76)
36 Kawasaki KX-250 A3 (77)
36 Kawasaki KX-250 A4 (78 )
36 Kawasaki KXT-250A1/A2 (84-85)
36 Kawasaki KX-400 A1/A2 (75-76)
36 Kawasaki EN-450A1-A6 "454 Ltd" (85-90)
36 Kawasaki H1-B/D/E/F (72-75)
36 Kawasaki EN-500A1-A7 "Vulcan 500" (90-96)
36 Kawasaki KH-500A8 (76)
36 Kawasaki KZ-550A1-A2 (80-81)
36 Kawasaki KZ-550A3-A4 (82-83)
36 Kawasaki KZ-550C2-C4 "Ltd" (81-83)
36 Kawasaki KZ-550F1/F2 "Spectre/Ltd" (83-84)
36 Kawasaki KZ-650B1-B3 (77-79)
36 Kawasaki KZ-650D1-D2 "SR" (78-79)
36 Kawasaki KZ-650F1 (80)
36 Kawasaki KZ-650H1-H3 "CSR" (81-83)
36 Kawasaki KZ-700A1 (84)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750B1-B4 (76-79)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750F1 "Ltd" (83)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750E1 (80)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750E2-E3 (81-82)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750K1/K2 "Ltd" (83-84)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750M1 "CSR" (82)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750N1/N2 "Spectre" (82-83)
36 Kawasaki Z1/A/B 900 (73-75)
36 Kawasaki KZ-1000A1-A4 (77-80)
36 Kawasaki KZ-1000D1/ D3 "Z1-R" (78, 80)
36 Suzuki RM-100 K3 (03)
36 Suzuki RM-125 B/C (77-78 )
36 Suzuki RM-125 B/C (77-78 )
36 Suzuki PE-175 C/N/T/X (78-81)
36 Suzuki PE-175 C/N/T/X (78-81)
36 Suzuki RS-175 T/X/Z (80-82)
36 Suzuki RS-175 T/X/Z (80-82)
36 Suzuki DR-250 Z/D/E/F (82-85)
36 Suzuki DR-250 Z/D/E/F (82-85)
36 Suzuki PE-250 B/C (77-78 )
36 Suzuki PE-250 B/C (77-78 )
36 Suzuki PE-250 N/T/X (79-81)
36 Suzuki PE-250 N/T/X (79-81)
36 Suzuki RS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki RS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki TS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki TS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki DR-370 C (78 )
36 Suzuki DR-370 C (78 )
36 Suzuki DR-370 N (79)
36 Suzuki DR-370 N (79)
36 Suzuki SP-370 C (78 )
36 Suzuki SP-370 C (78 )
36 Suzuki DR-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki DR-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki PE-400 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki PE-400 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki SP-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki SP-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki DR-500 X/Z/D (81-83)
36 Suzuki DR-500 X/Z/D (81-83)
36 Suzuki SP-500 X/Z/D (81-83)
36 Suzuki SP-500 X/Z/D (81-83)
36 Yamaha YZ-80 E1/F1/G1/H1/J1/K1/L1/M1/N1 (93-01)
36 Yamaha YZ-85P-S (02-04)
36 Yamaha YZ-100 J/K (82-83)
36 Yamaha YZ-125 D/E/F/G (77-80)
36 Yamaha IT-175 D/E/F (77-79)
36 Yamaha IT-175 G/H (80-81)
36 Yamaha TT-225 S/T (86-87)
36 Yamaha TTR-225 L/LC, N/NC/P/PC/R/RC/S/SC (99, 01-04)
36 Yamaha XT-225 D/DC-S/SC (92-04)
36 Yamaha DT-250 F (79)
36 Yamaha IT-250 D/E/F (77-79)
36 Yamaha IT-250 G (80)
36 Yamaha XT-250 L/LC (84)
36 Yamaha TT-250 G/H/J (80-82)
36 Yamaha TZ-250 G/H/J (80-82)
36 Yamaha TY-350 N/S (85-86)
36 Yamaha XT-350 L/LC/N/NC/S/SC/T/TC/U/UC/W/WC/A/AC/B/BC
(84-91)
36 Yamaha XT-350 D/DC/E/EC/F/FC/G/GC/H/HC/J/JC/K/KC (92-98 )
36 Yamaha XT-350 L/LC/M/MC (99-00)
36 Yamaha IT-400 C/D/E/F (76-79)
36 Yamaha IT-425 G (80)
36 Yamaha TT-500 C/D/E (76-78 )
36 Yamaha TT-500 F/G/H (79-81)
36 Yamaha XT-500 C/D/E/F/G/H (76-81)
36 Yamaha XV-500K "Virago" (83)
36 Yamaha XV-535 T/TC/U "Virago" (87-88 )
36 Yamaha XV-535 E/EC/F/FC/SF/SFC/G/GC/SG/SGC "Virago" (93-95)
36 Yamaha XV-535 H/HC/SH/SHC/J/JC/SJ/SJC "Virago" (96-97)
36 Yamaha XV-535 K/KC/L/LC "Virago" (98-99)
36 Yamaha XJ-550 H/J/K "Maxim" (81-83)
36 Yamaha FJ-600 L/LC/N/NC (84-85)
36 Yamaha FZ-600 S/SC/T/TC/U/UC (86-88 )
36 Yamaha SRX-600 S/SC (86)
36 Yamaha YX-600 S/SC/T/TC/U/UC/W/WC/A/AC "Radian" (86-90)
36 Yamaha XJ-650 G/H "Maxim" (80-81)
36 Yamaha XJ-650 J/K "Maxim" (82-83)
36 Yamaha XJ-650 RJ "Seca" (82)
36 Yamaha XJ-750J/K "Maxim" (82-83)
36 Yamaha XJ-750RH/RJ/RK "Seca" (81-83)
36 Yamaha XS-750 2D (77)
36 Yamaha XS-750 E/F (78-79)
36 Yamaha XV-750 H "Virago" (81)
36 Yamaha XV-750 J/K "Virago" (82-83)
36 Yamaha XV-750 MK "Virago" (83),
36 Yamaha XS-850 G/H (80-81)
36 Yamaha XS-850 LG/LH/SG/SH (80-81)
36 Yamaha XV-920 J "Virago" (82)
36 Yamaha XV-920 K "Virago" (83)
36 Yamaha XV-920 MK "Midnight Virago" (83)
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37 Honda CR-80R (96-98 )
37 Honda CR-80R (99-02)
37 Honda CR-85R (03-04)
37 Honda CR-125R "Elsinore" (79)
37 Honda CR-125R "Elsinore" (79)
37 Honda CR-125R "Elsinore" (80)
37 Honda CR-125R "Elsinore" (80)
37 Honda CR-250R "Elsinore" (78-80)
37 Honda CR-250R "Elsinore" (78-80)
37 Honda NX-250 (88-90)
37 Honda XR-250R (81-82)
37 Honda CMX-450C (86-87)
37 Honda CX-500TC (82)
37 Honda FT-500 "Ascot" (82-83)
37 Honda VF-500C "Magna" (84-85)
37 Honda VT-500C "Shadow" (83-84)
37 Honda VT-500C "Shadow" (85-86)
37 Honda XL-500R (82)
37 Honda CB-550SC (83)
37 Honda CBR-600F "Hurricane" (87-90)
37 Honda CB-650SC "Nighthawk 650" (82)
37 Honda CX-650T "Turbo" (83)
37 Honda VF-700C "Magna" (84)
37 Honda VFR-700F "Interceptor" (86)
37 Honda CB-750F (81-82)
37 Honda VF-750C "V45 Magna" (82-83)
37 Honda VF-750S "Sabre" (82-83)
37 Honda VFR-750F "Interceptor 750" (86)
37 Honda CB-900C "Custom" (80-82)
37 Honda GL-1000/K "Goldwing" (75-79) 
37 Kawasaki EX-500D1-D11 "Ninja 500R" (94-04)
37 Kawasaki ZL-600A1/A2 (86-87)
37 Kawasaki ZX-600A1-A3 "Ninja" (85-87)
37 Kawasaki ZX-750A1-A3 "GPz" (83-85)
37 Kawasaki ZX-750E1/E2 "Turbo" (84-85)
37 Kawasaki ZX-1100A1 "GPz" (83)
37 Kawasaki ZX-1100A2 "GPz" (84)
37 Suzuki RM-85 K2-K4 (02-04)
37 Suzuki XN-85 D "Turbo" (83)
37 Suzuki GS-500 EK/EL/EM/EN/EP/ER/ES/ET (89-96)
37 Suzuki GS-500 EV/EW/EX/EY (97-00)
37 Suzuki GS-550 LD/LF (83, 85)
37 Suzuki GS-550 ED/ESD/ES3/ ESE/ EF/ESF/ESG (83-86)
37 Suzuki GS-650 MD "Katana" (83)
37 Suzuki GS-700 EF/ESF (85)
37 Suzuki VS-700 GLFG/GLEFG/ GLFH/GLEFH "Intruder" (85-87)
37 Suzuki VS-700 GLPG/GLEPG/ GLPH/GLEPH "Intruder" (85-87)
37 Suzuki GS-750 ED/ESD (83)
37 Suzuki GS-750 LN (79)
37 Suzuki GS-750 SD "Katana" (83)
37 Suzuki GS-850 GN/GT/GX/GZ (79-82)
37 Suzuki GS-850 GD (83)
37 Suzuki GS-1000 C/EC/N/EN/ET (78-80)
37 Suzuki GS-1000GT/GLT/GX/GLX (80-81)
37 Suzuki GS-1100 ET/EX/EZ (80-82)
37 Suzuki GS-1100 ED/ESD (83)
37 Suzuki GS-1100 GZ/GLZ (82)
37 Suzuki GS-1100 LT (80)
37 Suzuki GS-1150 ES3/ESE/EF/ESF/EF2/EG/ESG (83-86)
37 Yamaha XJ-650 LK "Seca Turbo" (83)
37 Yamaha XJ-900 RK "Seca" (83)
37 Yamaha XV-920 RH/RJ "Virago" (81-82)
37 Yamaha XJ-1100 J "Maxim" (82)
37 Yamaha XS-1100 E/F/G/H (78-81)
37 Yamaha XS-1100 LG/LH (80-81)
37 Yamaha XS-1100 LG/LH "Midnight Special" (80-81)
37 Yamaha XS-1100 SF (79)
37 Yamaha XS-1100 SF (79)
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38 Honda CR-125R (81-83)
38 Honda XR-250R (84-85)
38 Kawasaki KX-80R2/R3/R4/R5/R6/R7 (92-97)
38 Kawasaki KX-125 A6-A7 (80-81)
38 Kawasaki KDX-200 A1-A3 (83-85)
38 Kawasaki KX-250 A5-A7 (79-81)
38 Kawasaki KDX-400 A1-A2 (79-80)
38 Kawasaki KX-420 A1-A2 (80-81)
38 Kawasaki KL-600A1 "KLR" (84)
38 Kawasaki ZX-600C1-C6 "Ninja" (88-93)
38 Kawasaki ZX-600C7-C10 "Ninja 600R" (94-97)
38 Kawasaki KL-650A1-A18 "KLR650" (87-04)
38 Kawasaki VN-700A1 "Vulcan" (85)
38 Kawasaki VN-750A2-A20 "Vulcan" (86-04)
38 Kawasaki ZX-750F1-F4 "Ninja" (87-90)
38 Kawasaki ZL-900A1/A2 "Eliminator" (85-86)
38 Kawasaki ZX-900A1-A3 "Ninja" (84-86)
38 Kawasaki KZ-1000C1-C4 "Police" (78-81)
38 Kawasaki KZ-1000J1-J3 (81-83)
38 Kawasaki KZ-1000K1/K2 "Ltd" (81-82)
38 Kawasaki KZ-1000P1-P20 "Police" (82-01)
38 Kawasaki ZL-1000A1 (87)
38 Kawasaki KZ-1100A1-A3 (81-83)
38 Kawasaki KZ-1100B1/B2 "GP" (81-82)
38 Kawasaki KZ-1100D1/D2 "Spectre" (82-83)
38 Kawasaki ZN-1100B1/B2 "Ltd" (84-85)
38 Suzuki RM-125 N/T/X/Z (79-82)
38 Suzuki RM-125 D (83)
38 Suzuki PE-175 Z/D/E (82-84)
38 Suzuki RM-250 N/T/X/Z (79-82)
38 Suzuki RM-400N/T (79-80)
38 Suzuki LS-650 FG/PG/FH/PH/PJ (86-88 )
38 Suzuki LS-650 PS/PT/PV/PW/PX/PY/PK1/PK2/PK3 "Savage"
(95-03)
38 Yamaha YZ-125 H/J/K (81-83)
38 Yamaha IT-175 J (82)
38 Yamaha IT-175 K (83)
38 Yamaha IT-250 H/J (81-82)
38 Yamaha YZ-250 D/E/F/G (77-80)
38 Yamaha FZR-400 U/SUC/W/SWC (88-89)
38 Yamaha FZR-400 A/SAC (90)
38 Yamaha YZ-400 D/E/F (77-79)
38 Yamaha IT-465 H (81)
38 Yamaha IT-465 J (82)
38 Yamaha YZ-465 G (80)
38 Yamaha XT-550 J/K (82-83)
38 Yamaha FZR-600 W/WC/AC/B/BC (89-91)
38 Yamaha FZR-600 RA/RAC/RB/***/RD/RDC/RE/REC (90-93)
38 Yamaha FZR-600 RF/RFC/RG/RGC/RH/RHC/RJ/RJC (94-97)
38 Yamaha XJ-600 SD/SDC/SE/SEC/SF/SFC/SG/SGC "Seca II" (92-96)

38 Yamaha XJ-600 SH/SHC/SJ/SJC "Seca II" (96-97)
38 Yamaha FZX-700S/SC/T/TC (86-87)
38 Yamaha XJ-700N/NC/S/SC "Maxim" (85-86)
38 Yamaha XJ-700 XN/XNC/XS/XSC "Maxim" (85-86)
38 Yamaha XV-700L/LC/N/NC "Virago" (84-85)
38 Yamaha XV-700CS/CSC/CT/CTC "Virago" (86-87)
38 Yamaha XV-700 J1/J1C (97)
38 Yamaha XV-750 U/UC/W/WC/A/AC/B/BC "Virago" (88-91)
38 Yamaha XV-750 D/DC/E/EC/F/FC/G/GC/H1/H1C/J1/J1C "Virago"
(92-97)
38 Yamaha XV-1000 L/LC/N/NC "Virago" (84-85)
38 Yamaha XV-1100 S/SC/T/TC/U/UC "Virago" (86-88 )
38 Yamaha XV-1100 W/WC/A/AC/B/BC/D/DC/E/EC "Virago" (89-93)
38 Yamaha XV-1100 F/FC/G/GC/H/HC/J/JC "Virago" (94-97)
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39 Honda XL-350R (84-85)
39 Honda VT-600C "Shadow VLX"(88-04)
39 Honda VT-600CD "Shadow VLX Deluxe" (93-04)
39 Honda VT-600CD2 "Shadow Deluxe" (99-00)
39 Honda XL-600R (83-87)
39 Honda CB-650SC (83-85)
39 Honda CX-650C "650 Custom" (83)
39 Honda CB-700SC (84-86)
39 Honda VF-700C "Magna" (85-87)
39 Honda VF-700F "Interceptor" (84-85)
39 Honda VT-700C "Shadow" (84-87)
39 Honda VF-750C "V45 Magna" (88 )
39 Honda VF-750F "Interceptor" (83-84)
39 Honda VT-750C "Shadow" (83)
39 Honda VT-800C "Shadow" (88 )
39 Honda CB-900F "Super Sport" (81-82)
39 Honda CB-1000C "Custom" (83)
39 Honda CBX (81-82)
39 Honda CB-1100F "Super Sport" (83)
39 Honda GL-1100 "Goldwing" (80-83)
39 Kawasaki ZR-550B1-B4 (90-93)
39 Suzuki GV-700 GLF/GLF2 "Madura" (85)
39 Suzuki VS-750 GLPJ/GLPK/GLPL/GLPM "Intruder" (88-91)
39 Suzuki VS-800 GLN/GLP "Intruder" (92-93)
39 Suzuki VS-800GL R/S/T/V/W/X/Y/K1/K2/K3-K4 "Intruder"
(94-04)
39 Yamaha FZ-700 T/TC (87)
39 Yamaha FZ-750/N/S/SC/UC (85-88 )
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40 Kawasaki KZ-1000E1/E2 "ST/Shaft" (79-80)
40 Kawasaki ZX-1000A1/A2 "Ninja" (86-87)
40 Yamaha VMX-12 N/NC/S/SC/U/UC/W/WC/A/AC/B/BC/D/DC (85-92)
40 Yamaha XVZ-12 DL/DKC2 "Venture Royale" (84)
40 Yamaha XVZ-12 DN "Venture Royale" (85)
40 Yamaha XVZ-13 T/TC/U/UC "Venture" (87-88 )
40 Yamaha XVZ-13 DS/DSC/DT/DTC/DU/DUC/DW/DWC "Venture Royale"
(86-89)
40 Yamaha XVZ-13 DA/DAC/DB/DBC/DD/DDCDE/DEC "Venture Royale"
(90-93)
------------------------------------------------
41 Honda CR-250R (81)
41 Honda XR-250L (91-96)
41 Honda XR-250R (86-89)
41 Honda XR-250R (90-04)
41 Honda XR-350R (83)
41 Honda XR-350R (84)
41 Honda XR-350R (85)
41 Honda CB-400F (89-90)
41 Honda CR-450R (81)
41 Honda CBR-600F2 (91-94)
41 Honda CBR-600SE (98 )
41 Honda XL-600V "Transalp" (89-90)
41 Honda NT-650 "Hawk GT" (89-91)
41 Honda NX-650 (88-89)
41 Honda CB-750 "Nighthawk" (91-03)
41 Honda RVF-720R (94)
41 Honda VF-750C "Magna" (94-03)
41 Honda VF-750C2 "Magna Deluxe" (97-00)
41 Honda VFR-750F (90-97)
41 Honda VT-750CDA/B/C/D "Shadow American Classic Ed. Deluxe"
(03)
41 Honda VT-750DC (01-03)
41 Honda PC-800 (89-90, 94-98 )
41 Honda CBR-1000F "Hurricane" (87-91, 93-96)
41 Honda VF-1000F "Interceptor" (84)
41 Honda VTR-1000F "Super Hawk" (98-04)
41 Honda ST-1100 (91-02)
41 Honda VF-1100C "V65 Magna" (83-86)
41 Honda VT-1100C "Shadow 1100" (85-90, 92-96)
41 Honda VT-1100C2 (95-99)/ C2-2 (97) "Shadow 1100 American
Classic Ed."
41 Honda VT-1100C3 "Shadow Aero" (98-02)
41 Honda VT-1100D2 "Shadow 1100 American Classic Ed." (99)
41 Honda VT-1100T "Shadow 1100 American Classic Ed. Tourer"
(98-00)
41 Honda GL-1200 "Goldwing" (84)
41 Honda GL-1200 I "Interstate" (84-87)
41 Honda GL-1200L "Ltd" (85)
41 Honda VTX-1300C (04)
41 Honda GL-1500 "Goldwing" (88-90)
41 Honda GL-1500I "Interstate" (91-96)
41 Kawasaki KX-125 B1 (82)
41 Kawasaki KX-125 H1 (90)
41 Kawasaki KDX-200E5-E6 (93-94)
41 Kawasaki KX-250H1 (90)
41 Kawasaki KXT-250B1 (86)
41 Kawasaki EN-500C1-C8 "Vulcan 500 Ltd" (96-03)
41 Kawasaki EN-500C9 "Vulcan 500 Ltd" (04)
41 Kawasaki KX-500 E2 (90)
41 Kawasaki ZX-600D1-D4 "Ninja (ZX-6)" (90-93)
41 Kawasaki ZX-600E1-E12 "Ninja (ZX-6)" (93-04)
41 Kawasaki ZX-600F1-F3 "Ninja (ZX-6R)" (95-97)
41 Kawasaki ZR-750C1-C3 (91-93)
41 Kawasaki ZR-750F2 (00)
41 Kawasaki ZX-750K1/K2 "Ninja (ZX-7R)" (91-92)
41 Kawasaki ZX-750L2-L3 "Ninja (ZX-7)" (94-95)
41 Kawasaki VN-800 A1-A10 "Vulcan" (95-04)
41 Kawasaki VN-800 B1-B9 "Vulcan Classic" (96-04)
41 Kawasaki VN-800 C1-C2 "Vulcan Drifter" (99-00)
41 Kawasaki ZX-900B1-B4 "Ninja (ZX-9R)" (94-97)
41 Kawasaki ZG-1000A1-A13 "Concours" (86-98 )
41 Kawasaki ZG-1000A14-A19 (99-04)
41 Kawasaki ZR-1000A1/A2 (03-04)
41 Kawasaki ZX-1000B1-B3 "Ninja (ZX-10)" (88-90)
41 Kawasaki ZX-1100E1-E3 "GPz 1100" (95-97)
41 Kawasaki ZG-1200A1/B1-B17 "Voyager XII" (86-03)
41 Kawasaki KZ-1300A1-A4 (79-82)
41 Kawasaki ZN-1300A1-A6 "Voyager" (83-88 )
41 Kawasaki VN-1500A1-A5 "Vulcan 88/Vulcan 1500"(87-91),
VN-1500 B1-B4"Vulcan 88 SE" (87-90)
41 Kawasaki VN-1500A6-A13 (92-99)
41 Kawasaki VN-1500 D1-D2 "Vulcan 1500 Classic" (96-97)
41 Kawasaki VN-1500 E1-E7 "Vulcan 1500 Classic" (98-04)
41 Kawasaki VN-1500 G1/G1A/G2 "Vulcan 1500 Nomad" (99-00)
41 Kawasaki VN-1500J1-J2 "Vulcan 1500 Drifter" (99-00)
41 Kawasaki VN-1500 L1-L5 "Vulcan 1500 Nomad Fi" (00-04)
41 Kawasaki VN-1500N1-N3 "Vulcan 1500 Classic Fi" (00-02)
41 Kawasaki VN-1500R1-R4 "Vulcan 1500 Drifter" (01-04)
41 Suzuki RM-125 L (90)
41 Suzuki RM-125 L (90)
41 Suzuki RM-250 K/L (89-90)
41 Suzuki RM-250 K/L (89-90)
41 Suzuki RMX-250 K/L (89-90)
41 Suzuki RMX-250 K/L (89-90)
41 Suzuki AN-400 K3/K4 (03-04)
41 Suzuki GSF-400 M/N/P "Bandit" (91-93)
41 Suzuki GSF-600 ST/SV/SW "Bandit" (96-98 )
41 Suzuki GSF-600 ST/SV/SW "Bandit" (96-98 )
41 Suzuki GSF-600 SX//SY/SK1/SK2/SK3 "Bandit" (99-03)
41 Suzuki GSX-600 FJ "Katana" (88 )
41 Suzuki GSX-600 FK/FL/FM "Kata
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Bakeoff on Dec 18, 2010, 17:31:17
Kinda funny how any year ending in 8 turned into "cool". 
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on Dec 18, 2010, 17:35:49
Kinda funny how any year ending in 8 turned into "cool".  
Fixxed
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: abrickens on Sep 23, 2011, 11:22:58
I see a bunch of the Honda 400 models under 33 but could anybody inform me what diameter the '76 400f is?
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: donald branscom on Oct 26, 2011, 22:01:56
The list came from club chopper.com

Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on Oct 27, 2011, 07:08:44
Probably hard to tell where it originated, I did NOT create it, that's why I put...
 
Quote
Compliments of "a member on another forum"
I did ask his permission before posting it
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: piranhasattack on Jan 23, 2012, 17:56:18
Id like to add that a 1971 K1 SL350 has 33mm fork tubes.  I didn't see it listed. Great list to have though!
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on Jan 23, 2012, 20:20:05
Id like to add that a 1971 K1 SL350 has 33mm fork tubes.  I didn't see it listed. Great list to have though!
THANKS!
I saw the '72 SL-350 "Motosport 350"  was in the 35mm section but as you said did not find the 71 listed.
 So I added it in the 33mm section between the CL-350 and the CB 360, and a little research showed both the 70 and 71 were K1's so I thought it would be safe to include both years... ;)
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: piranhasattack on Jan 27, 2012, 10:44:16
I'm glad I could contribute a little. Thanks for adding it!
Title: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: neevo on Jan 27, 2012, 18:13:03
I see a bunch of the Honda 400 models under 33 but could anybody inform me what diameter the '76 400f is?

I think they are 33's too.
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on Jan 27, 2012, 19:27:30
If you can please verify neevo, I will add it. It would be awesome to have this list be the most enclusive out on the net... right here on DTT!
Title: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: neevo on Jan 27, 2012, 20:45:19
CB400F, 550 & 550F all have 33mm (32.875mm) in my Haynes manual.
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on Jul 15, 2012, 08:16:33
pacaguy (http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?action=profile;u=4749) pointed out that the CB350K4 twin is not listed in the 33mm size, I did a quick scan of the nearest sizes to see if it was in a different size listing but didn't see the CB-350 Twins listed anywhere!
 I got the CB350-4's and the CL and SL 350 twins listed as 33's but none of the CB-350 Twins. So I am going to add it.
If anybody knows of a K-# that is NOT a 33 please speak up!
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: BrummagemFlash on Jan 26, 2013, 20:00:06
Great list, which I too found on ChopperClub.com or somesuch.

I've been looking for cheap replacement 31mm stanchions for our son's 2004 Honda CBR125R, since a local witch pulled out right in front of him.  (Sadly, I'm told that these days burning witches is outlawed hereabouts....  even if Brummagem (UK) is the centre of where motorcycle production first kicked off.)

Anywayz, I have added (italicised bits) info to my copy of the Honda bit for 31mm tubes:  it is a minefield of models changing fork specs through the years, so please confirm dates before adding this stuff to your 'master' document.   

31 Honda MT-50, MT-80 (1979-82)
31 Honda MTX-50, MTX-80 (1983-93)

31 Honda CR-80R (82-83)
31 Honda SL-100 K (69-70)
31 Honda XL-100 (74-78)
31 Honda XL-100S (80 From 5103464)
31 Honda CB-125
31 Honda CB-125T (90), CB-125TDC
31 Honda CBR-125, CBR-125R (2004-07, and earlier years?)
31 Honda CM-125

31 Honda CR-125M/M1 "Elsinore" (74-75)
methinks 35mm? Honda MBX-125 (1983-93)
31 Honda MT-125K (74-76)
methinks 35mm? MTX125R/MTX200R  (RFD=83-84;  RFF=85-93, or-97 in Scandinavia) info from Wikipedia
31 Honda SL-125 "Motosport 125" (72-73)
31 Honda TL-125K "Trials 125" (73-75)
31 Honda XL-125K/K1 (74-78)
--note--   Honda XL-125R (1985-on) & Honda  XL-125V (Varadero) use 35mm legs
31 Honda XL-125S (80 From 5005876- 82, 84, 85) =HONDA XL 125 SA/SB/SC?
31 Honda XR-125

31 Honda CB-175K3-K7 (69-73)
31 Honda MR-175 "Elsinore" (76-77)
31 Honda SL-175K1 (71)
31 Honda CM-185T "Twinstar" (78-79)
31 Honda XL-185S (79-80 To 5006890)
31 Honda XL-185S (80 From 5006891 - 83)
31 Honda CB-200T (75-76)
31 Honda CM-200T "Twinstar" (80-82)
31 Honda TR-200 "Fatcat" (86-87)
31 Honda XR-200 (80-84)
31 Honda CB-250 (91-93)  .....surely most other years too?
31 Honda CB-250 "Nighthawk" (91-04)
31 Honda CM-250C "Custom" (82-83)


Finally, I also noticed strange duplication in the below section of the original 36mm list, and deleted the duplicates thus:                 (I suggest you modify your list similarly, by cut-and-paste?)

36 Suzuki RM-100 K3 (03)
36 Suzuki RM-125 B/C (77-78)
36 Suzuki PE-175 C/N/T/X (78-81)
36 Suzuki RS-175 T/X/Z (80-82)
36 Suzuki DR-250 Z/D/E/F (82-85)
36 Suzuki PE-250 B/C (77-78)
36 Suzuki PE-250 N/T/X (79-81)
36 Suzuki PE-250 N/T/X (79-81)
36 Suzuki RS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki TS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki DR-370 C (78)
36 Suzuki DR-370 N (79)
36 Suzuki SP-370 C (78)
36 Suzuki DR-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki PE-400 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki PE-400 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki SP-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki DR-500 X/Z/D (81-83)

Hoping someone finds this a bit useful....
Brummagem Flash
 
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: WeberKid on Mar 18, 2013, 00:03:55
You might want to add some modern stuff too.  from personal experience on my own project bike I can tell you:

2001-today GSXR inverted front ends are 50mm
2005 Kawasaki ZX6R is also 50mm
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: cb400f caferacer on Feb 18, 2014, 04:00:13
Great list! but how about a Honda-CB400F 1975
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on Feb 18, 2014, 04:58:10
It was brought up but never confirmed...
 
CB400F, 550 & 550F all have 33mm (32.875mm) in my Haynes manual.
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Ryan Stecken on Jul 30, 2014, 14:20:23
Priceless

Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: kungfutoast on Sep 23, 2015, 23:50:27
Excellent, Now let's add length to this girth measuring.

I am looking for stock CB200 forks (or compatible) but am happy going an inch or 2 over.  Anyone have something, not rusted to hell, they are happy selling or trading? 31MM diameter is all I know I need. 

Thanks er'one

-toast
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: o1marc on Nov 29, 2015, 16:03:49
Great list! but how about a Honda-CB400F 1975

33mm (33.016 on my caliper)
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on Feb 03, 2016, 18:55:28
Added the '75 CB400F to the 33mm size listings.
THANKS!
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: Clarkstar on May 18, 2016, 12:48:36
Just joined. Rider for 49 yrs.Retired, doing a build for one of my kids. This site, in particular the fork tube diameter list is outfuckingstanding!. Thank you soooo much. Not even factory tech manuals have this info. I'm in for this site, and will contribute my expertise when I can.
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: SoyBoySigh on Nov 15, 2016, 22:19:01
I think it's worth adding that the '96+ ST1100-ABS "Pan-European" was a 43mm - if only because it's the biggest diameter of TRAC ("Torque Reactive Anti-dive Control") forks that they ever put on a street-bike. It SEEMS like this model might not have wound up on North American shores, but rather in Europe where the Sport-Touring thing was more of a ... thing. The later ST1300 was also a 43mm, but no TRAC anti-dive.

And it's the TRAC anti-dive which I'm interested in here. The only "problem" being - or rather, MY only hang-up, is that they only put the TRAC mechanism on the one side.

As your table shows, the other ST1100 models had the 41mm tubes. (Some of which had an extra thick wall and a narrower bore for a smaller spring coil, from the POLICE models. Presumably so they'd be more stable if you pushed the thing harder - IMHO that sounds like a potential upgrade for a 41mm dual-TRAC fork from GL1500, which is the go-to fork for an authentic "Freddie Spencer Replica" DOHC-4 Honda, CB750F/CB900F/CB1100F etc.)

You can tell them apart by the 41mm version having the TRAC on the left leg and the 43mm TRAC being on the right.

Those 43mm TRAC legs look somewhat "ambidextrous" though. If I can find a pair without too prohibitive of a shipping bill, I'd really like to throw together a double-sided TRAC fork using two right-hand-side legs. You'd either have to whip up an off-side caliper hanger to match the good one, IF you were to keep the original calipers and discs (which are 316mmm, from what I gather - all of the other ST1100 discs being 296mm) Or perhaps it might be better to use some alternate calipers.

'Cause the GOAL here would be to whip up a replica of the NS500/NSR500 front end, for use on a DOHC-4 or VF-series/VFR-based RACE REPLICA. On the V-four series 'cause they'd be a decent mimic of the real racers, or on the DOHC-4 because they're the thickest TRAC forks and the AHRMA "Forgotten Era" allows for 43mm as the biggest fork allowable, but most DOHC-4 racers (Well, those which DO share my fetish for the TRAC & COMSTAR wheels & other cool '80s-Honda tech!) are stuck using the 41mm GL1500 front end - One might just as well pull off the same Spencer-Replica STYLE of TRAC-fork, it's just that HERE you'd have that max-diameter 43mm - and so many "Spencer Replica" style bikes jump straight to the CBR/VFR stuff 'cause it's 43mm, and they lose a whole huge chunk of authenticity, pick up this whole '90s CROTCH-ROCKET (slash "Starbucks Racer") vibe, whereas a full-on TRAC fork gives it that much more '80s Authenticity. (If you're a huge fan of '80s Honda stuff, you'd know where I'm coming from.) I'd be curious about the weight, but they're a late-era model and the 43mm probably weighs the same as the earlier 41mm anyhow.

Of course I'm not suggesting the whole ST1100-ABS front end, with the Gold-Wing style yokes etc, but rather some other 43mm yokes from this or that CBR/VFR model.

Plenty of options to choose from there - which reminds me, there should probably be a category on this list for 43mm forks being that it's such a popular thing for the "STARBUCKS RACER" crowd, as I've dubbed 'em, to stick the later model CROTCH ROCKET shite all over the hacked-down torso of their once beautiful classic machines.....) Those NS/NSR racers had some interesting calipers on 'em. They were of course a true opposed FOUR-pot caliper

(As were the grabbers on those original AHM "CB750F" racers, Spencer's & Wayne Gardner's AMA Daytona champion Superbike, & their brethren - they LOOKED like the ordinary sliding calipers from CB1100F etc but they were a bolt-up assembly with an external hard-line connecting hydraulics from one side to the other, rather than an O-ring seal as with Grimeca/Lockheed/AP-Racing "Scarab" calipers, or Brembo calipers from that era - the safest easiest race-replica brake set-up for a DOHC-4 would have to be the '76 RCB 750, 'cause they used off-the-shelf BREMBO calipers, nothing fancy. While the late RCB & RS1000 were some truly rare & unusual works-spec bits, of which there are fantastic pics on FACEBOOK of all places, from the Caillou-Bedier RCB restoration! I wonder though - those '82 Honda Calipers, were they the first ever FOUR-pot calipers on a motorcycle? And if not, then what other bikes might have preceded 'em? I'm curious about the precedents, just to know what's "Period-Correct" to this or that era. See, I'm all for using the later-era parts, but I'd just like to be able to fit them in a way that they fly under the radar as authentic, period-correct originals - via re-finishing, retro style hardware, rounding down all of the sharp corners etc.)

But yeah - those NS500/NSR500 four-pot calipers also had the outer faces cast with a (+)(+) motif over the piston bores, just like the early VFR750F calipers. One might well use the VFR grabbers, if it weren't such a pain in the ass to make a custom caliper hanger for a sliding, single-sided caliper - AND that this caliper-hanger should be a swinging TRAC-type hanger as well. One or the other MIGHT be feasible - but both? Sheesh.

Furthermore, on those works-spec calipers from NS500 & early NSR500, they also had mis-matched bores. For a staggered pressure on the back-side of the pads, to create something like the "Twin Leading Shoe" action on a drum brake. Only in the instance of the huge over-sized disc brakes they're set up as a twin TRAILING action. This is so they avoid a "self energizing" principle, which smooths out the brake function rendering the upper range of braking force more USEFUL 'cause it isn't gonna lock up and get away from you.

I gather this was the big complaint you'd hear from users of the biggest 4LS drum brakes back in the day. And if you look at some of the pics of the late-mid '60s Honda racers such as RC-181, you can clearly see drums which are set up with either 2xSLS "Doppel-Simplex" or even Twin-TRAILING cams and links. It's kind of counter-intuitive, when you think about how much goes into making the brakes BIGGER, giving 'em more "OOMPH" as it were. But it's all about the CONTROL of those brakes.

Well I guess there are plenty of calipers available NOW, for the Y2K+ machinery. Four-pot opposed-piston calipers of the modern variety, but which ALSO have the NS500/NSR500-style mis-matched piston bores, and the uneven pressure they impart to the back side of the caliper pads.

So one COULD conceivably throw together some decent NS500/NSR500 style calipers. The only question being just how accurate of a copy. Hekc, maybe you could even get away with carving the "(+)" pattern into the outer face of each piston bore. Or maybe you'd be happy just using some of the matched-bore sliding calipers from the first-gen VFR750F Interceptors? Looking at the works-spec brakes from the '82 Spencer/Gardner bike, it might even be possible to slice the sliding-pin type calipers in half and bodge 'em together into an opposed-piston style, with an external hard-line just like the original. A ridiculously difficult project, to be sure - but if you were shooting for an authentic race-replica build and you don't want to wait for another $20,000 original works fork to come up on the market - for probably double that figure next time - It might be well worth the trouble AND the expense? I mean, people are ALREADY paying through the nose, or working their nose to the grind-stone of their Bridgestone Mill, for that '82 41mm Billet yoke to pair up with GL1500 legs.

If you look at the NS/NSR the yokes are much more conventional. So, being that there's already a decent 43mm CBR/VFR yoke which could be sanded & re-finished as a decent replica NS500/NSR500 triple-tree, you're already ahead on THAT aspect. I figure if there's enough material on the outer faces of some modern 4-pot calipers, with the two big pots and two small pots, to carve in a light "(+)(+)" motif, without gouging into the cavity and leaking hydraulic fluid all over the place, then that's just about the simplest way to do it. And the caliper hangers would be sooooo much easier without sliding pins and the seals which keep 'em greased - Unless of course you could somehow incorporate the original sliding-pin calipers INTO the new hangers? At which point you'd be talking about not only machine-shop time, but WELDING - I guess it all depends on whether you're throwing a DYMAG type rim up front, or a COMSTAR wheel - 'Cause the Comstar wheels are much like a wire-spoke wheel, in that their spokes can be too wide for an opposed-piston caliper to CLEAR on the inside of the disc. There are modern calipers of the "flat-back" type, which have shorter pistons and a thinner body on the inner side. But they're hideous chachi crotch-rocket billet shit. I wouldn't want that stuff anywhere NEAR a classic '80s Honda Superbike! Of course, one more way to clear the inner caliper faces would be to use a larger rotor and a smaller wheel. Which is what you'd want on this style of build anyhow. Like a 16" rim with 296mm rotors minimum, more like 310mm/316mm/320mm/330mm IF you could squeeze 'em in there. And heck, with a really big rotor in a tight rim like that, there might be no other way to put it all together, but to remove the calipers at the same time as the wheel - Some of those old racers had a QUICK-CHANGE HUB, where the discs and calipers stay assembled on the axle stubs, while the wheel pops straight out. Wouldn't want to mess with building a replica of THAT type of shit. At least, not a FUNCTIONAL replica anyhow. Might be cool to have a Comstar hub with a raised lip shaped in a lopsided pentagon, just to give it that whole RS1000 vibe, but that's about as far as it goes..... Well, at least in the context of my CURRENT project, it's good to know that whatever worked with a Comstar SHOULD at least work with a wire-spoke wheel.

IMHO, the NSR500 replica front end might be the more reasonable option. Heck I'd take a stab at it right now, if I could find a decent machinist to whip up some caliper hangers for it. The regular "half-Track" ST1100-ABS 43mm fork would probably be the better option, but for now I've found a good price on a GL1500 front end, just gotta figure out a decent set of yokes for it. Ain't gonna be able to afford the billet replica version, that's for sure. Or rather, I guess it's more like "I'm not that into it". 'Cause the same $$$'s to pull off the NS500/NSR500 front end, I'd definitely find an even cheaper brand of ramen noodles, maybe eat 'em for an extra ten years, to pull THAT one off.

Just picture it with the soft powdery looking paint to emulate the original Magnesium-passivate finish, and those huge orange "SHOWA" stickers running down each leg. The right type of ROTORS would be the truly difficult part - they didn't use buttons, but rather some type of flat-sided sliding tabs, with riveted sheet retaining 'em in place. I've seen it done on the VF-orums, with either an NS400R or VF1000R based replica, I don't recall which. They rebuilt some VF1000R front and NS400R rear hubs in 3.50x17" front (from the REAR wheel off the VF1000R Comstar pair) and a 4.0x18" or 4.5x18" rear, which was sourced from some ridiculous Unobtainium refinery somewhere. I've been digging up my OWN sources of odd-ball Comstar rim sizes though, with the ideal being the Akront "NERVI" type, in either NOS stocks or better still if MORAD could bring their old tooling out of mothballs - But there's also some potential with using chopped-up "BILLET" wheels, machined to the same specs. Of course, the "NERVI" type is probably a hell of a lot lighter, and well proven on everything from the Bimota Tesi 1D, to Ducati F1 Montjuich/SantaMonica/LagunaSeca, TONS of awesome bikes they were used on. Guess it depends on where those BILLET wheels come from, and how much they emphasize cheesy ORANGE-COUNTY-CHOPPER vibes, versus weight & performance. It's a big "IF" but then again, some obviously huge rewards - not just the SOHC CB750F2 & RCB/RS1000 replicas, the CB1100R, the CBX six, and Gold-Wing heck even the CX, but ALSO the later VF-series applications whether they all be practical street-bike applications OR race-replica stuff.

But whatever - it all starts with the FORK, with the FORK! Probably doesn't mean shit to the rest of you. Ha-ha. But if you're into the '80s Superbike thing, maybe you'll get where I'm coming from. It's kinda like another "Retro-Futurism" thing, where the "Inboard Disc" and TRAC forks etc, are analogous to the FINS on autos of the 1950s.....

-S.
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: 1fasgsxr on Nov 16, 2016, 13:14:36
No way in hell I am reading all that ^^^
Title: Re: Fork tube Diameters list
Post by: spotty on Nov 16, 2016, 18:35:09
late model Vmax (92 onwards ) are 43mm