Ct70 with Nice 110 - considering installing a ct110 motir

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  1. fatcaaat

    fatcaaat Well-Known Member

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    YEs, but that's for two pair of them. And it might be cheaper to ship to you. Each set was 172GPB. ANyway, for those wanting details, the GS450 requires 16lb springs and the Norton 20lb springs for a 180lb rider. They also have lengths in every 10mm. They told me they'd be in my hands in 2 weeks.
     
  2. RMHRC

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    26C37575-3945-42EA-A78D-2E932E0F12AC.jpeg For anyone looking for decent rear shocks I just secured these. 3 days from Thailand to Australia. Genuine YSS shocks. Installed and seem to work brilliant.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/150428713225
     
  3. RMHRC

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    Hey Bob

    Do you or anyone know if CT110 Postie bike footpegs bracket would fit the Nice 110?
     
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    fatcaaat Well-Known Member

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    they will not directly bolt on.
     
  5. RMHRC

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    Thanks

    many idea how far off they are? I presume it’s mounting hole alignment?

    have access to many used postie bike parts
     
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    fatcaaat Well-Known Member

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    you'd have remove the the mounts on the footrests, make new ones, and then reweld them back on. They should clear fine if you want to put the work in them.
     
  7. RMHRC

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    So the mounting points where it bolts onto the motor?
     
  8. RMHRC

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    Bob

    when you say drilling, just drill an 8mm hole in the lever perch and use a nut to secure the mirror?

    Bolting the mirror down won’t compress the perch will it?



    i just bought a near new rhs mirror
     

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