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    Judy DHO triple clamp

    Just got my brand new NOS 1997 Judy DHO fork today. It came with the lower top clamp. Does anyone know where I can get the taller top clamp?
    What about any of the MCU elastomers in Blue (firm)?

    this one came with the RockShox reflector mount. anyone looking for one?

    This thing was sealed in an original box with all the padding and plastic bags covering the legs. Everything spic and span clean, new, and shiny.
    It was almost a shame to put it onto the bike.

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    Pics or it never happened.

    It might be a shame to put it on a bike, but it's going on a Control Tech Team Issue so that justifies it.

    Seriously, I hear ya. Get an NOS part and it's almost heartbreaking to take it from the virginal state it's been in for so long. I've been there, and you get over it.

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    Good Luck!

    I had a friend in the same situation. Exact same complete fork, but no upper crown. We looked for a while, and I finally ended up making one for him in the machine shop. Fun project, but lots of work. I would scour eBay and all the LBS in the area. In the end you may not find one. Here is a pic of the 3D model of the crown I made, and a few pics I pulled from the interwebs. The crown I made is super chunky, but we were more worried about funcionality and ease of manufacture than light weight.

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    I have the shorter top clamp I believe. It just barely fits onto the bike when correctly installed. If I were using a shorter headset it might fit a little better.
    All pics will be in the "official" thread.

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    If it's the same crown as a Judy XL, I might have some parts laying around...

    Quote Originally Posted by zygote2k View Post
    I have the shorter top clamp I believe. It just barely fits onto the bike when correctly installed. If I were using a shorter headset it might fit a little better.
    All pics will be in the "official" thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubaDrew View Post
    If it's the same crown as a Judy XL, I might have some parts laying around...
    My top clamp is the one pictured in the bottom picture 2 post up by the frog.
    I'd be interested in it if it looks like that but taller.

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    Were'nt those parts the same as the first gen Boxxer?
    Need: McMahon brake for roller cam mounts, Mountain Goat fork.

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    Boxxer had bigger stanchions.

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