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I know this isn't the right forum (I already placed something in "Wanted") but I though maybe my needs would be at least seen on this forum.
I am gathering all the stuff I need for swapping GSXR750 forks onto my 2003 SV.
I need the top aluminum nut for the GSXR steering stem. It's a 2007 fork if that makes a difference (25mm i think)

anyone have an extra they want to part with? Does not need to be perfect, but not completely bunged up. PM me if you do so we can exchange Paypal info.

Thx.
 

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I know this isn't the right forum (I already placed something in "Wanted") but I though maybe my needs would be at least seen on this forum.
I am gathering all the stuff I need for swapping GSXR750 forks onto my 2003 SV.
I need the top aluminum nut for the GSXR steering stem. It's a 2007 fork if that makes a difference (25mm i think)

anyone have an extra they want to part with? Does not need to be perfect, but not completely bunged up. PM me if you do so we can exchange Paypal info.

Thx.
I think I have a spare, I'll check when I get home.

Are you looking for the star shaped one, or the one that requires a spanner wrench?
 

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Liutas,
I thought the factory star-shaped one also was usable with a normal spanner or socket that fit-either one will work fine.
Thx for checking
 

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Liutas,
I thought the factory star-shaped one also was usable with a normal spanner or socket that fit-either one will work fine.
Thx for checking
If I remember correctly (it's been a while since I had on apart) there is a star shaped one on top that you can actually fit a socket over, then a round one under the upper triple that requires a spanner. I'm pretty sure you mean the star one but I just wanted to check.
 

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The two round ones that fit under the upper clamp that are used for adjusting the bearing play (top one used to lock the lower one) do use a specific socket, but I have always used a park lockring tool for adjusting bicycle headsets...works great.

I need the gold anodixed top nut that IS star shaped!
 

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The two round ones that fit under the upper clamp that are used for adjusting the bearing play (top one used to lock the lower one) do use a specific socket, but I have always used a park lockring tool for adjusting bicycle headsets...works great.

I need the gold anodixed top nut that IS star shaped!
Ok, that's what I thought. I'll check when I get home.
 
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