vespa piaggio EBR black hydraulic forks - 25.5mm head tube
vespa piaggio EBR black hydraulic forks - 25.5mm head tube



*** another news flash our EBR's have been changed again, we had the brake caliper mount made completely flat so it would make it easier to mount your caliper for you and you and you.. by yours TRULY Treatssshqland of love..***

*** news flash ebr hydraulic forks now have metal caps so they are soooo much easier to remove so you can change the oil and mess around with suspension settings, yeaaaaaa ***

these are the new vespa, piaggio, ciao, boxer, bravo, grande, si, length hydraulic ebr forks in BLACK! YES BLACK BLACK BLACK ESPECIALE FOR TREEEEEATSSSSSSSSSLANDERIA this version features cast aluminum alloy (triple tree & legs) vs. pressed steel as found in the original ebr edition so unbelievably smooth and nice and dreamy, i want to take one home with me, yeah maybe i did. mounting holes for disc brake caliper OR drum brake. use sealed or loose bearing axles of course.

make sure you check your measurements before buying!!

standard vespa 25.5mm x 1mm head tube diameter threading

220mm tall head tube with 60mm of thread.

this version approx 24.5" long and 16" from the bottom of the triple tree to the end

the caliper mount is 60mm from eyelet to eyelet

ya got a complaint? go ahead and try to come up with one. what more do you want from us?

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 Batavus build happening. February 9, 2019
taco eater : ADAM RIS from Lakewood, CA United States  
Will update with results.

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5 of 5 My wife thinks they are sexy. October 8, 2013
taco eater : Rodrigo Molina from Somerville, MA United States  
They work great on my vespa grande, well made, they are a little stiff for me, but you can tweak the oil easily, I just haven't done it, they also look great with the front disc brake setup I got.

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4 of 5 Great upgrade June 18, 2012
taco eater : TOMAHAWK MOPEDS from Los Angeles, CA United States  
I mounted that Ciao EBR fork on a motobecane av10 frame and it fits perfectly with 24" legs + 220mm tube. You'll need to get the Ciao head set bearing buzzetti as the thread is close but different than motobecane. The motobecane fork nut almost fits but locks up after 4 turns. It should be enough (with a spacer) if you can't find the Ciao fork nut.

EBR fork are not always equal in quality or stiffness, don't ask why. If you're not lucky and got a soft one, just unscrew the top seal, drain the fork oil (about 100ml)  and replace with thicker fork oil like #20 (120ml) + add 1/2" tube spacer (steel or plastic) to pre-compress the rebound long spring. Be careful when tightening the seal back, the plastic ones can rip easily if you don't apply enough pressure with continuous motion.

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4 of 5 They are nice but March 26, 2012
taco eater : Salvador Diaz De Leon from Santa Monica, CA United States  
they are nice but one side is softer than the other its weird all the ebr forks ive gotten like this have been like that but I got the cheaper 135.00 pair they are the best and if you want to lose some weight on your bike get them

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4 of 5 Longer axle for Ciao September 28, 2011
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Canada  
Put them on my '79 Ciao and they look great. Just make sure you pick up a longer front axle, the stock axle is a little too short to span the forks.

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