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    Default Quadlock for the 888

    Looking at the Quadlock so I can ride and use for navigation/communication (also looking to ride with the Sena 10c EVO to record the journey as well as keep wifey happy that I can record the idiots on the road). The version I would like to use makes use of the Fork Stem nut with a hole in it, however the hole needs to be at least 12.7mm wide and the standard one is fractionally over 9mm. Anyone know if there is there a replacement fork stem nut with a wider hole, otherwise I will look to buy one and get it machined/drilled.

    Chris
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridgland View Post
    Looking at the Quadlock so I can ride and use for navigation/communication (also looking to ride with the Sena 10c EVO to record the journey as well as keep wifey happy that I can record the idiots on the road). The version I would like to use makes use of the Fork Stem nut with a hole in it, however the hole needs to be at least 12.7mm wide and the standard one is fractionally over 9mm. Anyone know if there is there a replacement fork stem nut with a wider hole, otherwise I will look to buy one and get it machined/drilled.

    Chris
    So I got a spare stem nut and drilled it out. Some of you may not like what I have done, but now able to use phone as SatNav. Old school meets new school.
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    Nice!

    How on earth do you keep your top yoke so clean/untarnished? Mine looks like half oxidized crap. Is it anodized?

    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by PTwo View Post
    Nice!

    How on earth do you keep your top yoke so clean/untarnished? Mine looks like half oxidized crap. Is it anodized?

    Peter
    I had it painted at the same time as the bodywork. Yes it is originally anodised, but I felt a bit of paint would be better.

    Chris
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