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Old 16-Aug-2013, 08:35 AM
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Various M600 bits for sale

I basically have a whole DD bike except a frame and engine (long story for anyone who doesnít know it, donít ask. The bike was a T reg, 1999 (Bradders old black monster)

I will be at Brands (Iím on the hunt for a couple of tickets please if anyone has spares) so I can deliver there for free, or postage at your cost otherwise.

Termignoni high level twin exhausts (think they are stainless steel) with link pipes. These have been down so have marks £350

Lightweight swingarm £130

2 x standard swingarms, 1 black, 1silver £60 each

Lightweight rear wheel £100

Standard front wheel £100

Standard rear wheel £60

2 new tyres £125

Couple of 916 style screens, some cracks £25 each

Couple of R6 style (I think) seat units £25 each

916 style seat unit £70

Ohlins rear shock, believe itís the DU440, with remote resevoir (refreshed and serviced by HM racing and ridden about 3 times since) £375

Forks refreshed by HM racing as above with springs and oil set for around a 12-13st rider £225

Black monster tank, few marks as is to be expected £100

Fireblade master cylinder and brake lever £70


Assorted bits and bobs, all road kit etc as well so message me if there is anything specific you need and I might have it lying around.
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Old 16-Aug-2013, 11:12 AM
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Skids,

Do you know if the forks will fit in to a 600ss yoke?
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Old 16-Aug-2013, 02:28 PM
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Do you know if the forks will fit in to a 600ss yoke?

Yes they will


And the Ohlins shocks for the Early Monster are getting hard to find so I would have thought there would be some interest in that.
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Old 16-Aug-2013, 02:39 PM
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Cheers

As always your help is greatly appreciated!
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Old 16-Aug-2013, 09:05 PM
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Yes they will


And the Ohlins shocks for the Early Monster are getting hard to find so I would have thought there would be some interest in that.

Right, 500 quid now then...
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Old 14-Jan-2014, 09:32 PM
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Hey fella, do you still have that ali swingarm for sale?
Cheers, Scott DD#50


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Old 14-Jan-2014, 10:21 PM
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Scott if you don't here from him on here try the UKMOC website
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Old 15-Jan-2014, 12:18 AM
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Will do, is his real name Steve Harrison?

If so I'll try and facebook him.


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If so I'll try and facebook him.

YES it is
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