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you won't find a pair of betor legs in such outstanding low hour condition
this is the only pair of betors i have had posession of that do not have wear in the slider stanchion interface
the only blemish on the stanchion tubes is a couple small rust spots between the clamps
these are very handy with the single knockers to mount a caliper bracket or hook up brake stay and or fender/fork brace
i have lots of forks with rust inside it is a real crap shoot
because sellers wont look inside
but yeah i have had these apart
they were extremely clean
they have new seals
i can help adopt any stem you want i have a honda cb twin stem ready to go
just under 31'' from cap top to axle center
i can fix up an axle for you as well
about 6.5'' travel
these are the stronger less flex legs notice the cast in ribs
$400 shipped usa in betor 030.JPG betor 002.JPG cludes a fit stem and axle
i have a shit ton of images if you want more
 

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how do these compare to say 35mm ceriani's?
cerianis will fetch 3x as much thats about it
the betor triple clamp is better, 8stanchion tube pinch bolts with more clamp area, the tubes have as good or better hard chrome
as mentioned above this particular betor slider is strongerr than a ceriani
 

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Betor is a common to find on Bultaco, Can-Am, Ossa, Montesa, Rokon and other dirt type bikes, if you need parts.
very serviceable as long as the holes in the lower legs are nice and round all the way down.
Those look like they might be Betor yokes too.
 

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it was ernie rife
i remember this image from back in the day
horrible crash that killed ernie outright for whatever reason his ceriani road race forks fractured and ernie rife.jpg broke

 

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Betor is a common to find on Bultaco, Can-Am, Ossa, Montesa, Rokon and other dirt type bikes, if you need parts.
very serviceable as long as the holes in the lower legs are nice and round all the way down.
Those look like they might be Betor yokes too.
yes betor yokes from an old canam before theyn went to 'zokes
these particular fork legs came off a military canam View attachment 96225
 
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