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Old 07-15-2007, 11:21 PM
alamobikes alamobikes is offline
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Default ceriani front end

hey guys,could use some info ,
I'm working on a custom chopper which has an older ( early to mid 90's ) inverted ceriani front end.Does anyone know some specs or where I can get some good info ? I need to know how much fluid these forks take,and where to add the fluid. And since this frontend has air valves at the top to pressurize , I need info on that too. This frontend has been completely apart and now time to get her rolling.I've only worked on H.D. frontends, any help appreciated.
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Old 07-16-2007, 09:14 AM
jbt jbt is offline
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Default RE: ceriani front end

Check out Storz' website- www.storzperf.com . Their phone number is there, and they're cool folks. They will hopefully be able to send you all the info you'll need. They sent me instructions, specs, etc. for my (newer?) fork.

Good luck!
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