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Ti front axle

Does anyone know where I could get a ti front axle for a pre 2010 F4 ???

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May be able to have one machined for you James..


Do you mean the Showa fork ( nissin calipers )type or the slimmer Marzocchi fork ( Radial ) type ?
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a billet ti front axle, nice one, there is a god after all

I'll drop you an email Joe

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Don't do it James, the cost just isn't worth it on a road bike..

I seem to remember the ACU banned Ti wheel spindles at one point..

http://www.ti64.co.uk/honda-works-ns...wheel-spindle/


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It's all about weight saving & shiny anti gravity technology

If I took cost into the equation I'd never of bought the bike, last year i did 2.5k miles and it cost me more than the bikes purchase price in shiny bits & Italian trickery...

As long as whatever you buy is shiny it's always worth it

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http://stores.ebay.com/TPO-Parts?_trksid=p4340.l2563

He carries them. I think it was just under $300. I think. I could not find it on the site just send him a email.
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My 312 has one. Came free with the forks.
They're bloody nice.

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Hearts are breaking all o er the world Dave ; )
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Can't see it Andrew but there's a few other nice ti bits there, cheers

Iv dropped you an email Joe

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Hearts are breaking all o er the world Dave ; )
Ah, just checked. It's made of lead, not titanium.
Still, was free!

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