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    Posted: 22 Jun 2020 at 08:45
Few bits for sale from a 2001 RSVR 

Ohlins axle forks  £500
Ohlins rear shock £250
Ohlins steering damper £125
Clip ons for Ohlins forks £50
Dogbone and linkage £50
Frame with V5 £100
Engine complete £450
57 TBS £ 50
First dibs as always to members on here and free postage to premium members. Engine and frame to be collected or I can deliver within reasonable distance from Norwich. 
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Evening Big smile if the 57s are still available I will have them please. If you send me your paypal I was bang the cash in mate 
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Originally posted by Hippapottapig Hippapottapig wrote:

Evening Big smile if the 57s are still available I will have them please. If you send me your paypal I was bang the cash in mate 

Certainly are mate pm incoming 
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Go on then I will take the ohlins bars please
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No probs mate just seen the pm
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Some proper bargains there Adam as usual 

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Originally posted by wigginsjp wigginsjp wrote:

Some proper bargains there Adam as usual 

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Would the rear shock be a direct fit on to my 2002 standard Mille?
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Shock is unavailable at the moment I'm afraid sorry. I believe it would be a straight swap but perhaps ask in another section and someone will know for sure. Since removal I have found some damage so not happy to sell it currently until repaired.
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Originally posted by Bladerunner919 Bladerunner919 wrote:

Would the rear shock be a direct fit on to my 2002 standard Mille?

Yep would be straight swapp over
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Thanks for the info Cheesy.

Badapple, I'll keep and eye out for you selling in the future - not something I have as a 'must have', but as it came up for sale...

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Originally posted by Bladerunner919 Bladerunner919 wrote:

Thanks for the info Cheesy.

Badapple, I'll keep and eye out for you selling in the future - not something I have as a 'must have', but as it came up for sale...


First dibs mate stuck your name on my board in the garage to remind me. 
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57's sold and posred.
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Bump on the remaining parts eBay this evening new project coming Thumbs Up
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What are the dogbone and bearings like condition wise?
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Originally posted by longer longer wrote:

What are the dogbone and bearings like condition wise?

Will be fully greased up ready to fit mate they weren't the best but I always service them before posting. Can get them sorted over the weekend got to crack on with the garden project again today as the weather is good.
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Got some carbon ready now too 
OEM mudguard 
OEM Clock shroud 

Will post pics and prices on a separate thread later
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Do you still have that rear shock? Went to do the dog bone on mine today and the rear shock is snapped.


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Wow 

Glad you weren’t on it at the time then 
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Definitely! 

The dog bone bearings are actually ok, plenty of grease in them, glad I checked though! 
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I always give the adjuster a liberal spray of something like ACF50 to try to avoid that kinda thing. 

Age and fatigue is going to take its toil on these units 

I’ve had a few rebuilt over last few years, I think five units maybe and I think next time I may just get a new Maxton or Niton unit perhaps 


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Mate thats exactly what has happened to the one I have hence not for sale was looking into seeing if it could be repaired as that part threads into the body but I'm flat out on a massive garden project. Do you still need the linkage got it on the bench ready to clean and grease up?
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Bladerunner has dibs if it's cost effective to fix
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The linkage was actually OK on this so I dont need one now. Odd though because I was expecting the bearings to be the cause of this but the bearings had plenty of grease in them and were moving freely. 
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No worries mate, can't believe you had the same problem I've never seen it before then two in two weeks! 
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