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04-05 Fireblade yoke width please :-)

Hi, I need to know the distance between the forks on a 04-05 blade please if someone has one. Heres a pic of the distance im refering too. I know the steering damper is in the way but a rough estimate, the 929 is about 165mm

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Hi, I need to know the distance between the forks on a 04-05 blade please if someone has one. Heres a pic of the distance im refering too. I know the steering damper is in the way but a rough estimate, the 929 is about 165mm

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929/954 and 1000RR should be the same. They run the same axle.

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Re: 04-05 Fireblade yoke width please :-)

Thanks Blaceracer, I know the 08 cbr1000 is diffrent so just wanted confirmation on the ealier ones. I want to check the caliper spacing is going to work with the 929 yokes



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Thanks Blaceracer, I know the 08 cbr1000 is diffrent so just wanted confirmation on the ealier ones. I want to check the caliper spacing is going to work with the 929 yokes
The wheel, discs and axle are interchangeable from '00-'07 so I can't imagine it being a problem. Fork offset may vary of course.
What spacing is the '08-onwards?

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Re: 04-05 Fireblade yoke width please :-)

great that good news Bladeracer put my mind at rest. The only reason I know the 08 is diffrent is because I read there have been problems with caliper disk aligment when fitting an RC51 front wheel to the 08, the disk is not centralised in the caliper.



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Re: 04-05 Fireblade yoke width please :-)

Did you ever get a measurement on this?
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Did you ever get a measurement on this?

What measurement do you need?

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