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piperMon May-31-04 07:11 PM

  
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I have a pair of pro flo clip ons which are pretty sweet but I need rear sets that don't look like they came off a gxsryzfondasuki. Can anyone recommend a source for simple rear sets that keep the British shift pattern and beauty? Thanks

  

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OrlinTue Jun-01-04 11:02 AM

  
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The Dunstall rear-sets are the trick item. I sold mine when I got too old for the riding position. If you look you might find someone with a set they'll part with.

Orlin

  

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Eduardo PérezSat Jun-05-04 09:39 AM

  
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Hi¡

I am riding the R.G.M. ones. Made in alloy...have a look on them. You also have the mk3 ones (rigth side brake) whith a grimeca master cylinder.

  

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slipperSat Jun-05-04 08:54 PM

  
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RGM ? Where to find theses?

  

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OrlinMon Jun-07-04 08:51 AM

  
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try www.rgmmotors.co.uk I've dealt with them for a long time and have gotten good service. They may have a pix of the rearsets they sell.

Orlin

  

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OrlinMon Jun-07-04 12:11 PM

  
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There is a picture at and the price minus VAT plus shipping looks to be $165. They look pretty good in the picture...look like the Dunstall item.

Orlin

  

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tripperMon Jun-07-04 08:20 PM

  
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Orlin, thanks for the RGM info. I sent for a catalog.

  

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Jan NelderWed Aug-25-04 06:38 PM

  
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RGM rear sets:A tip if you are buying their rear sets with the fold-in gear lever. When I got mine in 2002 the bearing between gear lever and footrest spindle was aluminun/aluminum... which seized solid after 200 miles... solved by having proper bush made and put in.
Also the fold in lever is a nuisance to use.
jan Nelder, London, England.

  

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wildcatmahoneSat May-08-10 10:19 PM
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>I have a pair of pro flo clip ons which are pretty sweet but
>I need rear sets that don't look like they came off a
>gxsryzfondasuki. Can anyone recommend a source for simple rear
>sets that keep the British shift pattern and beauty? Thanks

Hey if your looking for some suitable non Jap modern superbike rearsets look into the Tarozzi line. Made in Italy and very high quality. You will have to fab up some frame mounts and linkages but a good alternative to trying to find a used set of Dunstalls. I own a set and highly recommend them.

http://www.fastfromthepast.com/servlet/the-Rearsets-cln-Universal/Categories

P.S. Tarozzi also makes some sweet clip-ons too.

-Wildcat

  

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