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- Sat Dec 01, 2018 1:06 pm
- Forum: KR Bits and Bikes Wanted
- Topic: KR1S Bottom Yoke Wanted
- Replies: 4
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I have a KR-1S lower fork yoke, but it isn't "good"- some loon drilled holes in the steering stop lugs!!!!! These would have to be welded up first before it can be used.
I don't know enough about carbon fibre to judge whether it would be suitable for spacers etc, especially CF tube under compression. Weightwise it would of course be great! I selected titanium for the swingarm bearing spacer because of its known properties; aluminium woud have been lighter and cheape...
I've bought a ZX-6 servo motor as a potential replacement for the standard KIPS item for my project, but haven't figured out a way to test cable travel yet. The cables themselves will have to be custom made, but that is a minor point.
I've received the final rear wheel spacer, 20 x 38 x 6.3 mm: https://i.postimg.cc/cH91GnHr/113-Spacer.jpg All spacers, bearings and caliper bracket assembled: https://i.postimg.cc/QNcsqwgF/114-spacers-etc-assembled.jpg Having all the parts now allows the dimensions of the lug to be finalised; the in...
Drilling holes should work on both the standard spacer and the titanium replacement providing you don't overdo it. The standard spacer is nitrided however, and drilling won't be easy- you might need cobalt drills for that. I've never done drilled a nitrided part I can't really advise- so best check ...