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South Wales BSMA / Abergavenny AMCA Motorcross
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I wanted the front end to be a little stiffer so some USD forks for the 1991 CR125 were acquired. The left fork was a brand new complete assembly (white fork guard and all) and the right fork used all new parts except the outer gold casing. I changed the oil as sitting on the shelf for years warranted it. I sourced a new 1991 CR125 steering stem and had the stem pressed out with a machined stem pressed back in. The upper clamps I bought second hand and powdercoated.
 
I wanted to retain the use of the original XR speedo drive so machining the CR front axle was required.
 
The brake calliper was a used 1991 CR250 item which I took apart and sandblasted and then powdercoated. Stainless steel pistons were fitted along with every other part replaced with new Honda parts.
 
At the moment I can't find some fork guards in an orange colour but my search continues!
 
 

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