If I understand this, it sounds like the new brace is attached to the fork legs, not the sliders. If that's the case, I hope he's figured out how to limit the fork travel internally, 'cause it's gonna be "interesting" to say the least, when the front wheel or fender comes up into that thing. It'll be tight alright...but something's gonna flex.quote:
I have an interesting question. A friend of mine who is rebuilding a R75 BMW into an awesome steet bike showed me a neat trick. He put a spare lower triple tree fork brace (with stem and excess metal shaved off) on about halfway between the working lower triple tree bracket and the fender bracket/brace. I thought this was a neat idea to really make the front end tight and reduce flex. He swears that it works and I believe him. Anyone ever try this on their CB350 or is it just not needed if you have a good fender bracket/fork brace?