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SOLD -- 848 forks, Renthal Clip-ons, and parts for SBK fork swap

Decided I don't want to track my Monster 796, and instead I will be looking for a 999s later this summer.

With that said, I have the following for sale:

2010 848 forks -- 53/53, ~3000 miles, good seals, great condition except for the approx 1/2" long scratch I put in them about 1/2 way down from the top when the nub on the lower triple shim bent over under the lower triple (nub dug into the fork leg basically). Strictly cosmetic and minor, and mounted on my bike it's high enough on the fork leg to be hidden, especially when you turn that side towards the inside. $325 plus shipping.

Renthal clip-ons for 53 mm forks. Brand new, just out of the packaging. Fits all SBK forks. These are 7 degree angle, 39 mm offset, zero rise, so my plan was to put them over my top triple. Goes for $180 new on Sportbiketrackgear, but I'll sell them for $130 plus shipping.


Corse Dynamics lower triple shims to shim a 54 mm lower triple (all new gen Monsters pre-2014) to hold a 53 mm SBK fork. 10$ plus shipping.


2010 848 front axle with all spacers and axle nut. I know its 25 mm with a 30 mm stepped spacer on the right side of the axle, so I know it's the right axle for several other bikes (999, HM, 1098, and probably more), but the spacers might not all be the exact correct ones for every application. $100 plus shipping.


Monster 696/796/1100 top triple -- bored out to 53 mm from 50 mm stock to accommodate 53 mm SBK forks. Machining was done professionally, and I have already mounted these to the bike with no problems with fitment just to reassure you that the job was done properly. $90 plus shipping. This was save you big over some of the aftermarket top triples out there -- you would basically just be paying for the machining and not the part itself. Currently painted with flat black enamel, but enamel paint isn't as durable as I predicted so it could either use a new coat or to just be stripped or even powder coated.


NOTE: I also still have the Bazzaz Z-Fi for sale, see my other ad for that.

Will consider reasonable offers. Parts are located in Hampton VA (23665).
 

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