Author Topic: Wanted: A7 SS Fork lower leg(s) for 8" Full Width Hub  (Read 157 times)

Offline hughatthepub

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Looking for a Right Hand fork bottom with the brake torque lug correctly situated for the 8" full width hub. Any questions or ideas welcome !!
Would consider buying a pair if you don't want to split

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Re: Wanted: A7 SS Fork lower leg(s) for 8" Full Width Hub
« Reply #1 on: 05.03. 2019 14:23 »
Hi Just for your information the fork leg you are looking for is the same for the A10 8inch and A7  7inch full width hub and may have been used on other bikes too. I have just been out and checked mine they measure exactly the same. If you look here https://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?topic=13661.msg111456#msg111456 you will see just last November 3 set of these were found in rapid succession after looking for a couple of years.
1961 A7 since 1976
1960 A10 Gold Flash Super Profile Bike
1958 Matchless G80 Project
1952 Norton Model 7 Plunger (becoming a project)

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Re: Wanted: A7 SS Fork lower leg(s) for 8" Full Width Hub
« Reply #2 on: 05.03. 2019 15:15 »
Easy to identify as they have the pair of mounting studs inboard of the leg to support valanced mudguard bracket.
1960 Super Rocket, owned since 1966, back on the road 2012 after being laid up for 29yrs.

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Re: Wanted: A7 SS Fork lower leg(s) for 8" Full Width Hub
« Reply #3 on: 05.03. 2019 20:12 »
There's two different ones.
First is 1958/9, second is 1960/5.

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