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BenC711 BenC711
4/1/2018 3:06 AM

Happy Easter everyone!

I have managed to get a set of Technical Touch KYB a kit forks and shock for the right price. Only problem is they are from an RMZ 250 and I want to put them on my KXF250. Does anyone know if these will fit or what mods are needed?

If I can’t make them fit, then they will be up for sale

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Motofinne Motofinne
4/1/2018 4:14 AM

I have no idea if they'll fit. I'm sure someone knows and you'll get an answer.

The thing i can contribute to is that you can get KXF lugs(from Technical Touch) for the forks and then they should fit if they fit the clamps on your KXF.

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TrailDigger TrailDigger
4/1/2018 4:19 AM

You’d have to know what the center to center spacing it on either set of clamps. Easiest thing may be to run a Suzuki front wheel and caliper set up, assuming the clamps are the same spacing wise.

If you're not mixing gas, you're not haulin ass.

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kb228 kb228
4/1/2018 4:52 AM

What year bikes are we talking? For a while kawasaki was actually making the rmz250. Even later years they were very similar bikes

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m21racing m21racing
4/1/2018 9:06 AM

Check the clevis on shock, and length.

Livin' the dream, two wheels at a time!

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BenC711 BenC711
4/1/2018 12:29 PM

Thanks for the replies folks, much appreciated!

The KXF is a 2018 and the suspension is off a 2017 RMZ250. 400 Euro for the lugs isn’t too bad but I want to see if they can be made to fit any other way first.

As far as I can see if I use my clamps and get them machined if necessary to fit these forks, surely it must just be down to the wheel spacers to get them to fit?

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