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05-01-2019 12:42 PM
CAM2
Re: Mx650 forks

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Any clue where to shop for them?...ones I'm finding on Amazon are all the bigger hollow stem bolt like a traditional motorcycle
Vintage minibike classifieds and ebay..

On the ones with the hollow stem bolt you can unscrew the stem bolt and make an adapter to adapt basically any set of forks to fit any type frame...

Theres guys on the oldschool minibike forums cross breeding them with USD forks from pitbikes..........

https://www.popscreen.com/prod/MTgxM...-Old-Mini-Bike

These are from a Rupp



Kawasaki front forks....




If you go with the pocketdirtbike front forks I suggest buying an extra set of upper and lower fork clamps and doubling up the upper and lower fork clamps for extra strength for that heavier e-bike...
04-30-2019 06:21 PM
FORCE Any clue where to shop for them?...ones I'm finding on Amazon are all the bigger hollow stem bolt like a traditional motorcycle
04-29-2019 01:10 PM
CAM2
Re: Mx650 forks

Seeings they are similar to a gas powered pocket dirtbike the forks could be a better upgrade seeings both have a 10mm steering stem bolt.......

The MX500/650 front forks closely emulate the Oldschool Rupp minibikes and the Kawasaki M75 minibike with subtle differences too...Finding a really good set isn't cheap though...

PW50 front forks are a good consideration too..

Good Luck
04-29-2019 11:54 AM
MrKitty you can adapt some down hill mt bike forks you need the mt bike disk and brake claper to make it work prepare to open your wallet
04-28-2019 07:12 PM
FORCE
Mx650 forks

Has anyone fit another set of forks on? The stock ones really suck..

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