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Author Topic: XS400J Yamaha (Maxim 400) Cafe/Bobber?  (Read 780 times)

Offline Liuc

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Re: XS400J Yamaha (Maxim 400) Cafe/Bobber?
« Reply #10 on: May 01, 2018, 10:40:41 »
Bike off the year🏆🏆🏆🏆nice job..

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Thanks for the vote of confidence! hahaha

Thanks! and all balls lists nothing for the 400s when it comes to fork swaps. I figured Cognito or machining was the only option.

They don't, you have to measure the bore and shaft and go by that, the R6 shaft is too long and have a narrow section in the middle and the bearing will fall off... so if you want to keep the stock stem you will need to stack some serious spacer.... not recommended makes the triple look....off...