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The word on many a riders lips as they struggle to get their wheel in only to find one of the wheel spacers has fallen out and they have to start over again.

We manufacture our own spacers for the Daytona & Street Triple 675 and are offering riders here discounted prices. PM me for a price including your shipping zip code.



now in black hard anodised finish.
http://www.ukracesupport.co.uk/Daytona675chassis.html
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^Could you pls do a write up or provide pictures for install? Tks. TS
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The machined lip sits behind the seal and captures the spacer....

Push them into the seals, lip end first.....that is all....

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.. My Bike.. ...has a new owner :(
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Just as Orangeman said. Very simple to install or remove when needed. But captive when you want them to stay in place.
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^Could you pls do a write up or provide pictures for install? Tks. TS

Seriously Tony? You need instructions on how to use a wheel spacer?

No wonder you were so slow on that pit stop challenge
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How much for a set of these nifty little items?
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£45 delivered paying on Paypal.
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Captive Spacers

Didn't realise how many we have in stock, 250 sets!
So new price of £30 plus post. I will sort a discount code out for orders off our site.


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Damn...I wish I ordered a set along with my tank sliders.

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