The parts on your site look good, and if experience shows that the quality is good also (and folks who buy it will tell us if it is or not), it should do well.
Staying in touch with your customers is very good, including being a part of this forum. You must know that some of your countrymen have given Indian products a bad reputation here in the US, as they claim that they are making quality parts that fit, and experience shows the opposite.
You can reverse that trend!
I'm like super lazy today. It's like normal lazy, but I'm wearing a cape.
Let me ask the experts here, which front ends (old girder style) will swap onto the new (1970) neck?
I intend to use taper style bearings so mods will be done anyway. Some of the old girders are massive, and I would like to stay as "sleek" as possible. Any suggestions? I can match up your ideas with M. Saby's inventory... Nothing lost but time in trying...
The Norton 16H is the front end of choice at the moment. I hope it is a wise choice.
The main purpose for joining this forum for me is to expalin customers that everyone is not the same. Yes i agree with your point for quality isuues, thats why i came here to show that everyone is not the same, yes the major percentage of people supplying these parts are not good but still there are people like us who take our work very seriously.
Re: New front fork girder for wl wla wlc models
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The 3HW is a very pretty bike, and I do like the front end a great deal. I also have another in mind that a member tipped me on to.
This is the style I will be using. I am Emailing builders to see who can do this for me. I will be supplying the shock, and a steering dampener to be incorporated. Is this something you would be interested in discussing Mr. Saby? If so I will contact you directly.