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    Vintage Ceriani Replicas

    Found this company in Italy (http://www.motocicliveloci.it) that are repopping all the Ceriani products, but you gotta have rally deep pockets for this stuff. These 230mm front drums are $2500+.


    The Ceriani 35mm forks like mine that I gave a $150 new for are now $1200 just for the forks without the trees.
    They now make a modernized version with sealed cartridge hydraulics with adjustable preload and damping for $2671.50
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    Can somebody lend me $1200?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geeto67 View Post
    Can somebody lend me $1200?
    This all you get for the $1200, you need your own trees, stem, and axle.
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    I have all those things, just need the fork.
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    Geeto - Weren't the 1972 GT550 and GT750 forks internally similar or even copies of the Cerianis? Wouldn't be exactly right but close enough to get the Kawi race bike back together for a lot less money.

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    I have GT750 forks, they aren't anywhere near close if I want to use the grimeca drum.
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    That same place also makes the Grimeca drum brakes but are out of stock on them currently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geeto67 View Post
    I have GT750 forks, they aren't anywhere near close if I want to use the grimeca drum.
    What is the weight of the grimeca drum? If it's no lighter than the suzuki 4ls, you could swap them out.

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    They came in 180mm and 230mm and neither has provision for speed drive. I'm betting Geeto doesn't have the drum with those forks, am I wrong?
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    I wonder what their annual volume is? Cant be many units....
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