WTB 2012 crf250r triple clamps (xtrig, neken, etc) and Hinson clutch basket

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11/11/2018 7:20 PM

Looking for a good set of triple clamps and a Hinson clutch basket that will fit a crf250r 2012.

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11/11/2018 7:54 PM

afk66 wrote:

Looking for a good set of triple clamps and a Hinson clutch basket that will fit a crf250r 2012.

I got a set of 20mm Red ride engineering clamps barely used, and a stock set of 22mm 17 CRF450 triple clamps with low hours.

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11/12/2018 6:12 AM

afk66 wrote:

Looking for a good set of triple clamps and a Hinson clutch basket that will fit a crf250r 2012.

macz400 wrote:

I got a set of 20mm Red ride engineering clamps barely used, and a stock set of 22mm 17 CRF450 triple clamps with low hours.

How much for the ride engineering? To get newer year clamps to fit all I need is a different lower bearing and race correct?

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11/12/2018 6:32 AM

afk66 wrote:

Looking for a good set of triple clamps and a Hinson clutch basket that will fit a crf250r 2012.

macz400 wrote:

I got a set of 20mm Red ride engineering clamps barely used, and a stock set of 22mm 17 CRF450 triple clamps with low hours.

afk66 wrote:

How much for the ride engineering? To get newer year clamps to fit all I need is a different lower bearing and race correct?

$360 shipped to your door if your in the U.S. these are off a 2017, to put them on your 12 just switch out the lower bearing and race to your 2012 style and your good to go. Everything else mounts up perfectly.Photo

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11/13/2018 7:18 PM

macz400 wrote:

I got a set of 20mm Red ride engineering clamps barely used, and a stock set of 22mm 17 CRF450 triple clamps with low hours.

afk66 wrote:

How much for the ride engineering? To get newer year clamps to fit all I need is a different lower bearing and race correct?

macz400 wrote:

$360 shipped to your door if your in the U.S. these are off a 2017, to put them on your 12 just switch out the lower bearing and race to your 2012 style and your good to go. Everything else mounts up perfectly.Photo

I appreciate offering the clamps. I was really hoping for a dampend set like the xtrig or neken sfs. I’m trying to remedy some wrist issues rode a friends bike with xtrig and it didn’t seem to bother me. I appreciate your time.

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11/14/2018 3:57 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2018 3:58 AM

afk66 wrote:

How much for the ride engineering? To get newer year clamps to fit all I need is a different lower bearing and race correct?

macz400 wrote:

$360 shipped to your door if your in the U.S. these are off a 2017, to put them on your 12 just switch out the lower bearing and race to your 2012 style and your good to go. Everything else mounts up perfectly.Photo

afk66 wrote:

I appreciate offering the clamps. I was really hoping for a dampend set like the xtrig or neken sfs. I’m trying to remedy some wrist issues rode a friends bike with xtrig and it didn’t seem to bother me. I appreciate your time.

The Xtrig clamps and their bar mount system is mainly for vibrations than big hits. The rubber mount system on the ride engineering clamps, and the SFS air system on the Nekens are better for big hits and jolts to your hands.

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11/14/2018 8:22 AM

macz400 wrote:

$360 shipped to your door if your in the U.S. these are off a 2017, to put them on your 12 just switch out the lower bearing and race to your 2012 style and your good to go. Everything else mounts up perfectly.Photo

afk66 wrote:

I appreciate offering the clamps. I was really hoping for a dampend set like the xtrig or neken sfs. I’m trying to remedy some wrist issues rode a friends bike with xtrig and it didn’t seem to bother me. I appreciate your time.

macz400 wrote:

The Xtrig clamps and their bar mount system is mainly for vibrations than big hits. The rubber mount system on the ride engineering clamps, and the SFS air system on the Nekens are better for big hits and jolts to your hands.

So it’s fair to say that the rode engineering clamps could potentially perform in a way I’m looking for? I don’t know much about them. If they will I’ll take them.

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11/14/2018 8:49 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2018 9:35 AM

Yes, the ride engineering along with OEM Honda clamps are rubber mounted to the top clamp to soften the blows to jolts and big kicks. The xtrig system ( PHDS) I believe it's called, is elastomers up top on the actual clamping spot to the bar to soften vibrations. With the ride engineering system you can also purchase firmer or softer cones from them to make a firmer or softer feel.
Running rubber mounted bars along with 1-1/8 crossbar less bar should make a big difference. Shoot me a text st 4092562307 if your interested in the clamps.

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