The Kosman adjusters are what I am using on my new chassis.<div>
Gosh, I didn't know you could buy the Kosman adjusters you are using separately, I don't see them on the Kosman website.
Steves been around awhile----he might have access to a private web site by now.
I would just like tohave Kosman's scrap----but there probally isn't any----cept maybe for that one Honda-and that was only a rumor as far asI know ----for sure
Hi<div>I just got my axle holders back from the CNC man...but now I have to tap them to receive the axle pinch bolts.</div><div>So I have some M12 x 1.75 set screws but Metric Fine at 1.25 are to hard to find.</div><div>But I could use 1/2" UNF.</div><div>Is it really going to make that much difference ?...this not what you would call a High Powered bike...well not this incarnation [img]smileys/smiley1.gif[/img]</div><div>Thanks</div><div>Richard</div>
my lighter version on a 82kg bike.the spacer on the inside is retained so when you remove the wheel nothing falls on the ground.
you've tried bearing and engineering ,blacks,blackwood paykels,anzor for the bolts?
Welcome on board.
Were you running at Motueka recently ?
I,m the NZDRA Mod Bike Riders Rep so I imagine that we will catch up at some stage.
Yes I got me some M12 stainless Bolts... couldn't find the fine threaded ones in that size but
these coarse thread M12's will not bend any time soon.
Look here http://dragbikenz.com/forum/ join the forum and you will find 90% of the
Drag Bike Riders in NZ are on there.
Sign up and tell us more about your bike....plus I heard about some two-stroke Drag bike at Mot as well.
Very interested to hear more.
hi,yes motueka was my first meet.just re-gearing my bike at present.not wanting to hi jack your thread but if you go here-http://www.jockeyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=89618 you can see my bike and the building of it.the 350 yamaha is at the end of the thread.i'm guessing you are north?i probably won't get there this season but will next so mite run into you somewhere..andy
Unless you are hell bent on making them yourself, PMFR makes a nice setup.
And yes I have used them
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