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gal

triple clamps

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im considering of buying a set of triple clamps. can u please tell me what all of u guys with an aftermarket clamps running? pro's n con's...

i dont have a special need but 10mm fwd(and a good look)...

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I just ordered a new triple clamp myself. I haven't recieved these yet but what I good things I heard is they really look good and have alot of adjustment. Right up my alley. Take a look.

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Gal

Not sure what you are looking for, i.e. Steering Rake and so on.

You might try Procircuit Dont know

I have an applied Steering head but not the bottom, I think the reason is the guy before me hit a tree, and bent the original DUnno

You Didnt hit a tree did you :)

Keep Safe, and Keep Low

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Gal,

I run Emig Racing clamps, they are not the cheapest but they are extremely well made. I dont know if you are just looking for the uppers or if you want the full upper and lower. The nice thing is that Emig makes steering stems and they will press them into the clamps and also install the bearing. When you receive the clamps you install them and can keep your old ones to put back on the bike when you sell it.

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I've had great luck with O'Berg, and Emig Racing. The Emig Racings cost a bit more, and don't have the adjustability that the O'Bergs have. For either one, check out Scott Clark at Motoworld of El Cajon (1-800-249-3556), He helped me quite a bit.

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I've been using Tag Triple clamps with four different positions. They are lighter than the stock by far, and I don't know if it is just coincidence but my armpump has been severely reduced. so I am very happy with the setup and it didnt' cost me an arm and a leg.

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I've used Applied on every bike I've owned since 97. I might consider some of those RG3 Clamps sometime soon though.

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