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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-01-2019, 03:06 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone has these? the measurements are approx
length: 113mm
diameter up 34 mm
diameter down 29
Found them on https://www.bebmeccanica.it/
As soon as they arrive, I can finish the front, because all the other parts are ready to be assembled.
Ordered also new throttle, clutch and brake, electrical cables, suspension rubbers, footpegs,...
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Found them on https://www.bebmeccanica.it/
As soon as they arrive, I can finish the front, because all the other parts are ready to be assembled.
Ordered also new throttle, clutch and brake, electrical cables, suspension rubbers, footpegs,...
Amazing source! They even carry Gilera parts.
Your bike is looking great! Please do keep us posted.

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post #13 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-02-2019, 07:21 AM Thread Starter
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As requested, some pictures during the process:

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Great pictures !! The Wizard does good work!

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Yes, i am very happy with the paintjob.


Now with rear fender and original cracked taillight
This evening I will have the rubbers for the suspension to finish the front and mount the wheels.

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The front fork rubbers are not correct

Anyone has the correct ones?



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Can you not stretch the top to go over the fork outer tube? leave a small bit of inner tube exposed at the bottom?.

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