EBR black hydraulic forks - 235mm head tube - 26mm x 1mm threading - SHORT version
EBR black hydraulic forks - 235mm head tube - 26mm x 1mm threading - SHORT version
 



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ok these are EBR hydraulic forks you can use these on an number of different mopeds maybe but mostly they are for hackers and tuners.. moto duders, scooter duderz??? the important measurement is the head tube length. in this case 235mm. and the triple tree top plate thickness of 28mm. the other important thing is that these forks have the puch size 26mm head tube threading. so when you want to put them on other mopeds you need to have a some puch headset stuff. like the top thread on race found this set. and you will want a puch fork nut

**take measurements of you mopeds headset length before you buy. make sure you have enough room and that the head tube will be long enough or short enough. also remember to add the thickness of the triple tree top plate.**

this version features cast aluminum alloy (triple tree & legs) vs. pressed steel as found in the original ebr edition

mounting holes for disc brake caliper OR drum brake. use sealed or loose bearing axles of course.

for some reason the brake caliper mounting tabs on these are NOT offset!! keep this in mind!!

head tube threading = 26mm x 1mm puch size

235mm tall head tube with 60mm of thread.

triple tree top plate thickness = 28mm

the overall length of the fork tubes are 26in from the top of the tube to the center of the axle dropout.

the caliper mount is 60mm from eyelet to eyelet and also slightly off set - the top mount sticks out 5mm more than the bottom

fork tube diameter is 28mm so when you're picking clip ons make sure you get the right size!

looking for a PERFECTO 12mm sealed axle that slots nicely into the 11mm size drop outs?? This one fits amazingly. Just make sure you get 11mm axle nuts.

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5 of 5 niceeee June 22, 2014
taco eater : Waldo from Allston, MA United States  
i measured wrong and had to cut a bit off the top to fit my '85 sebring. but theyre way nicer than stock.
also. youll have to open up the eyelets a bit for 12mm axles, or atleast i had to, and grind out some space for the brake plate to mate with the little fork drum brake nub guy.
get the 220mm and save yourself the hassle.

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5 of 5 AMAZING! February 26, 2014
taco eater : Shannon H. from Seattle, WA United States  
Do you ride your Derbi around the whole time thinking that the front end is going to collapse causing your face to look like taco meat from jack in the box? Well be terrified no longer, because these magnificent forks bolt right up to a Derbi! All you need is this headset

https://www.treatland.tv/tomos-magnum-headset-bearings-p/tomos-headset-bearings.htm

And this axle

https://www.treatland.tv/puch-moped-12mm-sealed-bearing-axle-p/puch-axle-12mm-rear-sealed.htm

and one of these!

https://www.treatland.tv/puch-chrome-fork-nut-p/puch-fork-nut-pm30030.htm

All you need to do is use the lower race from your derbi forks and the bearings and upper inner race from that wonderful kit you just bought, as well as the lock nut and washer. Then magically you will have amazing hydro forks that will make all your friends sad as you smoothly glide over bumps big and small with ease!

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