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Thread: Looking for '03 XB front rotor hardware kit

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    Thanks for all the replies, everyone. I'm new to the forum and don't have my notifications set-up to realize when anyone's responded. Funny little story, I attempted to order the hardware kit directly from EBR site and they were having technical issues, couldn't calculate shipping. I called directly and they said they "just sent" me an eMail with a PDF to order the parts, manually. I never received so I called back and got voicemail. No luck with EBR so thought I'd check Amazon. They have the exact same EBR kit, slightly more expensive, but at least I can get it before summer arrives. The updated kit claims to have improved heat displacement so I thought I'd give it a shot.

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    Theres opinions either way, but I like mine

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    You like being WRONG????



    heheheheheheh!!!!

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    Har har 1.7894 Being "wrong" is an opportunity to learn... so I've 'learned' a LOT

    But being wrong about the same thing over and over? That's just crazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    Har har 1.7894 Being "wrong" is an opportunity to learn... so I've 'learned' a LOT

    But being wrong about the same thing over and over? That's just crazy
    Its Insanity

    You are wrong Cooter , Albert Einstein famously said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Unfortunately, THIS time it will work!
    Last edited by Silverrider; 02-27-2020 at 05:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverrider View Post
    Its Insanity

    You are wrong Cooter , Albert Einstein famously said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Unfortunately, THIS time it will work!


    Hilarity will ensue!

    By the way, its 34:19 not 34/19! Get it straight buck-o!

    <insert somewhat witty Richie Cunningham gif here>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverrider View Post
    Its Insanity

    You are wrong Cooter , Albert Einstein famously said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Unfortunately, THIS time it will work!
    Tell that to all the Buellers who's bike sat for 8 years and they 'need a new tune'

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    Quote Originally Posted by 34nineteen View Post
    Hilarity will ensue!

    By the way, its 34:19 not 34/19! Get it straight buck-o!

    <insert somewhat witty Richie Cunningham gif here>
    Did I screw that joke up?
    1.7894 is the resulting ratio of 34:19 sprockets (overdriven by .7894). 34/19 is 646 and you better have HUGE calves
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    Did I screw that joke up?
    1.7894 is the resulting ratio of 34:19 sprockets (overdriven by .7894). 34/19 is 646 and you better have HUGE calves
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    No, I probably did. Lol!

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    So that link has all the hardware except the bolts.

    I am thinking about getting a completely new rims and would like to mount a new rotor on that and leave the current one on the current rim.

    Does anyone know the size of the bolts? And can they be sourced from a normal hardware store?


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