Indian BTR



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I have that same springer fork. Let me make a suggestion: Move the clamp down as far as you can and eliminate the spacers on top of the springs (below the bracket). You'll have a bunch of threads poking up above the bracket. Sleeve those with rubber hose and replace the nuts & washers. That gives you a much less harsh rebound.

Of course, for an Indian you want a leaf-spring fork, but nobody makes one.
 

MotoMagz

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I have that same springer fork. Let me make a suggestion: Move the clamp down as far as you can and eliminate the spacers on top of the springs (below the bracket). You'll have a bunch of threads poking up above the bracket. Sleeve those with rubber hose and replace the nuts & washers. That gives you a much less harsh rebound.
Yep you want the those bottom rockers to sit more Level.
Of course, for an Indian you want a leaf-spring fork, but nobody makes one.
Taylar Cycles makes a leaf fork
 

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