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Triumph 41mm Fork Brace: Black 790/865cc Bonnie/T100 & Thruxton. Clearance Price!
Triumph 41mm Fork Brace: Black 790/865cc Bonnie/T100 & Thruxton. Clearance Price! Triumph 41mm Fork Brace: Black 790/865cc Bonnie/T100 & Thruxton. Clearance Price! Triumph 41mm Fork Brace: Black 790/865cc Bonnie/T100 & Thruxton. Clearance Price! Triumph 41mm Fork Brace: Black 790/865cc Bonnie/T100 & Thruxton. Clearance Price!

Triumph 41mm Fork Brace: Black 790/865cc Bonnie/T100 & Thruxton. Clearance Price!

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Our Price: £29.99
Product Description

Sorry, Black Only! Clearance Price. (May contain some surface marks. Machine/Handling Marks) Chrome version has sold out!

Does the front end of your bike feel unstable during high speed cornering? The redesigned 'Vented' Fork Brace is engineered to stiffen up the front end to reduce front end flex and help steady high speed vibrations.

This Vented Fork Brace is machined from lightweight 6061 aluminium and features an unique fork gaiter adaptor that will accept any 41mm fork gaiters.

The fork brace can be installed with or without these adaptors. The brace is anodised black for superior weather resistance and installs in minutes thanks to its two piece design with no need to drop the front end.

Features:

  • Includes optional fork gaiter adaptors
  • Steadies bike to prevent front end vibrations
  • Quick and easy bolt on installation
  • Anodised black to prevent oxidation
  • No need to drop front end

Fits 790/865cc T100/Thruxton. Note: Does not fit SE/Mag Wheel Equipped Bonneville or Scrambler models with front fender installed. Fork protectors must be removed prior to installation.


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Reviewer: John Manley from Nova Scotia   5 Stars

Instant improvement!

Just installed on my 2006 T100. Took maybe 10 minutes, (not counting stretching the gaitors over the thingys which is a p i a). Took a rip up the road and noticed a difference immediately, especially on the descending turn where normally I get a bunch of front end chatter. I just kept on accelerating waiting for it to hit, looked down and I was at 140 kph. Definitely well worth the money, especially at this clearance price!