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    WTB: Front brake calliper for Chinese pit bike

    Hi all.

    I'm after a front calliper for an early chinese 110cc pit bike.
    Bolt spacing is 65mm.

    Pic of current one below:

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    Cheers
    Hunt

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    That looks like a knockoff of a twin spot nissin used on lots of different bikes. Is the 65mm dimension the bolt spacing on the forks or on the caliper mounting bracket? Are there no wreckers open around your way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete376403 View Post
    That looks like a knockoff of a twin spot nissin used on lots of different bikes. Is the 65mm dimension the bolt spacing on the forks or on the caliper mounting bracket? Are there no wreckers open around your way?
    Hey.

    Yeah the 65mm is the bolt spacing on the forks. The caliper mounting bracket is the same - only used to accommodate a larger rotor.

    I'm checking around wreckers now - cheers for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat007 View Post
    Hey.

    Yeah the 65mm is the bolt spacing on the forks. The caliper mounting bracket is the same - only used to accommodate a larger rotor.

    I'm checking around wreckers now - cheers for the info
    https://shop.thumpstar.co.nz/product...-assembly-3041
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    Did you find a caliper?
    If not that one could easily be rebuilt.

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