motobecane EBR forks - BLACK
motobecane EBR forks - BLACK



very nice black EBR forks for your 50v, 51v, traveler, etc. featuring the opposite of traditional motobecane fork technology meaning that they actually function and make sense! and you can take them apart! YES. a nice affordable alternate to get ya back on the road!

**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. **

**and then make sure your brake plate has a notch in it for the tab on the forks to slide into. some mbk stock forks have the tab on the brake plate that slides into the notch on the forks, this type will not work without changing the brake plate!**

head tube threading = 25mm x 1mm

190mm tall head tube with 60mm of thread.

approximately 24" long and 16.5" from the bottom of the triple tree to the end

for drum brakes!!!

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

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5 of 5 Absolute necessity for serious Moby ryderz March 24, 2019
taco eater : Jonathan Feldman from Oakland, CA United States  
Head tube length? Long but more than enough to go all the way through any Moby frame I know of.

Installation? Easy as pie.. Order a new Moby headset as well to make your life simple.

Quality? Way fucking better than stock Moby.

Weird curveballs? You can't run the stock brake plate on your Moby front wheel anymore. These forks have the standard mounting tab like all puchs etc. AKA not what most mobys have on the front wheel. I used a puch front wheel brake plate. I hear hobbit ones also work but I can't confirm. Additionally, with that new brake plate you'll need to manually space the wheel with washers etc. Easy.

Have fun and be safe.

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5 of 5 A tweak here, a tweak there. February 2, 2019
taco eater : Ashley Ackley from Minneapolis, MN United States  
On my 79’ 50v the tube is a half inch longer than it needs to be, but doesn’t stop it from working. The threading is the same as your stock big nuts.

Mag rims with the tab on the brake plate have no where to go, completely backwards from where it needs to be. A puch Leleu plate fits perfectly but leaves the lever out front. Riskay. The puch one also takes care of the brake brace plate loss.

The forks are definitely wider apart! You will definitely need the shimmy shimmy to keep from squishing the forks at a weird angle. I recommend a longer axle and several extra nuts.

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