HRC triple clamps + handlebar mounts

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11/18/2018 12:04 PM

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11/18/2018 4:11 PM

how much are you asking for clamps and do they fit 47mm,49mm or 51mm fork?

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11/18/2018 10:16 PM

william pawasarat wrote:

how much are you asking for clamps and do they fit 47mm,49mm or 51mm fork?

They are for 51mm forks but with little spacers you can fit any type of forks within. Price €600,- + shipping.

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11/19/2018 9:36 PM

Hi there vintagehonda.nl. I would like to purchase these from you do you do paypal thank you

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11/19/2018 10:23 PM

william pawasarat wrote:

Hi there vintagehonda.nl. I would like to purchase these from you do you do paypal thank you

Hi, Sent you a PM about the KYB lus

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11/20/2018 3:54 PM

william pawasarat wrote:

Hi there vintagehonda.nl. I would like to purchase these from you do you do paypal thank you

Hello William I have a bunch of HRC triple clamps are you interested in what I have.mine are for 49mm forks

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11/20/2018 7:37 PM

matt.3150 the hrc clamps you have are they gen2 2000-2001 22mmor 24mm?

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11/21/2018 6:10 AM

matt.3150 wrote:

Hello William I have a bunch of HRC triple clamps are you interested in what I have.mine are for 49mm forks

I am very interested, can you post pictures of them?

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11/21/2018 9:48 AM

yes, so I just need your two diameters on your forks to see if I have a set that matches

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11/21/2018 4:52 PM

matt.3150 wrote:

yes, so I just need your two diameters on your forks to see if I have a set that matches

I have 49mm showa kit forks. If you say they’re for 49mm forks. 100% they’ll be what I need

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11/22/2018 10:47 AM

matt.3150 wrote:

yes, so I just need your two diameters on your forks to see if I have a set that matches

brycepdh wrote:

I have 49mm showa kit forks. If you say they’re for 49mm forks. 100% they’ll be what I need

There’s 4 different styles man. 54upper, 55upper a 56 and a 58. There’s a couple different lower diameters to. 59.3 59.7 and a 60.7 which is rare for a 49 but they do exist. Also do you know how much work it takes to make a set of hrc clamps work?? It took me 2 months to make mine work. You have to have HRC races, pinch bolts. The cone rubbers, the dust seal, spanner and nut. But good luck

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IG @jaredkeller96

11/22/2018 12:05 PM

With the HRC triple clamp, they have all sorts of sizes, so I need to know the upper diameter of the fork tube for the top triple clamp and the lower diameter for the bottom triple clamp. Here the other thing, HRC triple clamp bolt right up, but they have different bearing sizes so you need to replace the head set cups in the frame. They are a custom size that HRc has made. I don't have any extra cups right now. So you will have to find those. The bearings and cups are made by NSK they might sell you some but I doubt it.

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11/22/2018 12:28 PM

THe 59.3, 59.7 and the 60.7 are for the 51mm forks, well at least the 59.7 and the 60.7 are for sure I have a set. The hardest part to get are the races, because they usually just get left in the frame the clamps camp from.

Matt

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11/22/2018 12:31 PM

matt.3150 wrote:

THe 59.3, 59.7 and the 60.7 are for the 51mm forks, well at least the 59.7 and the 60.7 are for sure I have a set. The hardest part to get are the races, because they usually just get left in the frame the clamps camp from.

Matt

59.7 is a 49 fork currently. I even have a set of 49 tubes that are 58x60.7. Showa made them for jgr so we wouldn’t have to switch clamps from the 51 forks. The 49s I have now are an older size but 58x59.3

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IG @jaredkeller96

11/22/2018 12:33 PM

They use crf150/cr85 head set bearings and seals, and also the spanner and nut

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IG @jaredkeller96

11/22/2018 1:04 PM

The bearings are not hard to get, its the race cups in the frame. I don't think they are the same I will look into it.

Matt

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11/22/2018 2:17 PM

jaredkeller96 wrote:

There’s 4 different styles man. 54upper, 55upper a 56 and a 58. There’s a couple different lower diameters to. 59.3 59.7 and a 60.7 which is rare for a 49 but they do exist. Also do you know how much work it takes to make a set of hrc clamps work?? It took me 2 months to make mine work. You have to have HRC races, pinch bolts. The cone rubbers, the dust seal, spanner and nut. But good luck

Oh really, I had no idea about that. Thanks for that info! I’ll measure up when I have the chance soon. I have complete crf 150 clamps as I used to race them.

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11/22/2018 2:19 PM

brycepdh wrote:

I have 49mm showa kit forks. If you say they’re for 49mm forks. 100% they’ll be what I need

jaredkeller96 wrote:

There’s 4 different styles man. 54upper, 55upper a 56 and a 58. There’s a couple different lower diameters to. 59.3 59.7 and a 60.7 which is rare for a 49 but they do exist. Also do you know how much work it takes to make a set of hrc clamps work?? It took me 2 months to make mine work. You have to have HRC races, pinch bolts. The cone rubbers, the dust seal, spanner and nut. But good luck

brycepdh wrote:

Oh really, I had no idea about that. Thanks for that info! I’ll measure up when I have the chance soon. I have complete crf 150 clamps as I used to race them.

Only thing you can use from the 150 is spanner, top nut the bearings and seals. The races are completely made for HRC. There is no part number for them. Good luck. HRC clamps are paper weights unless they come with everything

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IG @jaredkeller96

11/22/2018 2:22 PM

jaredkeller96 wrote:

There’s 4 different styles man. 54upper, 55upper a 56 and a 58. There’s a couple different lower diameters to. 59.3 59.7 and a 60.7 which is rare for a 49 but they do exist. Also do you know how much work it takes to make a set of hrc clamps work?? It took me 2 months to make mine work. You have to have HRC races, pinch bolts. The cone rubbers, the dust seal, spanner and nut. But good luck

brycepdh wrote:

Oh really, I had no idea about that. Thanks for that info! I’ll measure up when I have the chance soon. I have complete crf 150 clamps as I used to race them.

jaredkeller96 wrote:

Only thing you can use from the 150 is spanner, top nut the bearings and seals. The races are completely made for HRC. There is no part number for them. Good luck. HRC clamps are paper weights unless they come with everything

I appreciate you letting me know what I’m getting into and I will investigate. Thank you so much for the info

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11/22/2018 8:52 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/22/2018 9:00 PM

brycepdh wrote:

Oh really, I had no idea about that. Thanks for that info! I’ll measure up when I have the chance soon. I have complete crf 150 clamps as I used to race them.

jaredkeller96 wrote:

Only thing you can use from the 150 is spanner, top nut the bearings and seals. The races are completely made for HRC. There is no part number for them. Good luck. HRC clamps are paper weights unless they come with everything

brycepdh wrote:

I appreciate you letting me know what I’m getting into and I will investigate. Thank you so much for the info

I well that fine, the problem is I can sell mine to anyone else I have over 10 different sets. And yes they have everything. Also there are a lot of set that don’t have races but that not that big a deal. I know where you can get them. Plus I own a machine shop so worse comes to worse I can make the races. Everything else you can buy . Or if you couldn’t get the cups, there is another simple option that you could do that would cost maybe $100. You could have two simple spaces made so that you could run the stock bearings. So there only paper weights if you are to bright. Doesn’t take much effort!

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11/22/2018 10:24 PM

matt.3150 wrote:

I well that fine, the problem is I can sell mine to anyone else I have over 10 different sets. And yes they have everything. Also there are a lot of set that don’t have races but that not that big a deal. I know where you can get them. Plus I own a machine shop so worse comes to worse I can make the races. Everything else you can buy . Or if you couldn’t get the cups, there is another simple option that you could do that would cost maybe $100. You could have two simple spaces made so that you could run the stock bearings. So there only paper weights if you are to bright. Doesn’t take much effort!

I haven’t took the fork out but I have quickly measured just above and below the clamp itself on my bike currently. The exact measurements are 54.9 upper and 59.1 lower

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11/24/2018 11:36 AM

still very interested in your clamp set up please let me know if you still have this

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11/26/2018 1:03 PM

Hi William, this is set is sold.

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