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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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Question LSL riser question

Hi guys and gals,
A question: Do any of you know if a LSL riser top-clamp from a '01 ST would fit my '02 RS? One may become available, and I'd like to know if it would bolt on to my Sprint. My '02 has 45mm forks. Any help answering this question would be very much appreciated, Thanks!
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The original top yoke for all Sprints from '99-'04 should interchange; it's the same part number. That said, your forks should be 43mm. If they're actually 45mm, they're not stock and stock parts won't fit them.

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The original top yoke for all Sprints from '99-'04 should interchange; it's the same part number. That said, your forks should be 43mm. If they're actually 45mm, they're not stock and stock parts won't fit them.

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Thanks a bunch for your answer, I haven't measured, I went by a local bike shop guys suggestion for a set of adjustable clip on type bars, he thought I had 45mm tubes, I have the stock setup so thats good news!
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