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Steering lock and axle nut retainer

Hi folks , looking for an axle nut retainer( wheel side, internal ) and two steering stops ,the small piece bolted to the top of the lower triple clamp. Thanks if you can help
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@cus , Better specify what your bike is. The steering stop is different from F4 to B4. I have no idea about the 3 cylinder bikes, but would think they are different from F3 to B3 as well.

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PM me an address, I have an extra wheel nut clip or 2
Definitely no steering stops though


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@cus , Better specify what your bike is. The steering stop is different from F4 to B4. I have no idea about the 3 cylinder bikes, but would think they are different from F3 to B3 as well.
Sorry Mate, itís for a B4, 750S to be exact but Iím guessing all B4ís will be the same
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I know that CAG has some steering stops...but not sure if they are F4 or B4. The difference is how far they let the steering move. F4 stops are shorter width between the tabs than B4.
Send him an email and ask. If you can get an accurate measurement of width between tabs it would help him identify what he has. [email protected]

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I know that CAG has some steering stops...but not sure if they are F4 or B4. The difference is how far they let the steering move. F4 stops are shorter width between the tabs than B4.
Send him an email and ask. If you can get an accurate measurement of width between tabs it would help him identify what he has. [email protected]
Will do ,thanks Mate
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Hopefully only one side is damaged, find the centerline and have weldment build it back up......
Then file to size.....I'll measure my Brutale stop tomorrow

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Brutale steering stop edge closest to steering head
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