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    Default Underslung rear caliper

    Just wondering whats involved in converting to the underslung rear caliper on 1993 888? Are there kits available? Any advice would be appreciated, Also is it worth the bother as I'm just wanting this as a cosmetic mod?

    Cheers Jack

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    Default rear brake

    I was sorting over parts this morning to get ready for a clearout sale and have the alloy bracket here. Standard caliper bolts straight on

    You will need to find/make bushes to allow it to float and the rod + rose joints. The L bracket to the case is easy to make from a piece of plate if you cannot find one

    Guy851

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    Or you can use a Monster or SS one for the 17mm axle, you then don't need the bushed version and tie rod.
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