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Hey guy's, You've been very helpful, and need to see if anyone can identify my front forks. Just bought this from a women who only had it for a year. She bought from someone who FIXES bikes. Looks to have been pieced together on the front end. The parts bought for the brakes do not fit, The caliper attachement is all wrong. It has to be close to a 1998, but not having any luck. See what you think, and thanks again. Mark
 

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Hey guy's, You've been very helpful, and need to see if anyone can identify my front forks. Just bought this from a women who only had it for a year. She bought from someone who FIXES bikes. Looks to have been pieced together on the front end. The parts bought for the brakes do not fit, The caliper attachement is all wrong. It has to be close to a 1998, but not having any luck. See what you think, and thanks again. Mark
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Son of a b!tch. Your right. Thanks all. What a cluster....
 

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Sure, 32.5 inches. Looks like yamaha wheel, but after pulling up brake pads for it, they don't match.:doh:
 

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Thanks for the info.
 

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Hey Mc, haven't received anything yet.
 

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It seems it's from am 81 XV750 Yamaha Virago. Now the question is do you fix the caliper or rebuild it back to original?
 
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