Fork parts

Fork parts
As with the brakes during the 60s and 70s Yamaha used several forks for its mopeds. Especially with the FS1 there have been several adaptations since this model has been delivered between 1969 and 1986 with four different front forks. Furthermore, the DX (with disc brake) needed another front fork. Most notable adjustments are made by Yamaha to,... Read More

As with the brakes during the 60s and 70s Yamaha used several forks for its mopeds. Especially with the FS1 there have been several adaptations since this model has been delivered between 1969 and 1986 with four different front forks.

Furthermore, the DX (with disc brake) needed another front fork. Most notable adjustments are made by Yamaha to, for example, the ridge which blocks the brake anchor plate and the points of suspension for the front axle. Also has been adapted to the mudguard assembly in 1976, and there were two mounting bolts side by side instead of one above the other. Finally, Yamaha moved the calliper from the front to the back of the fork leg, which again they had to use a different type of fork.

Because of the numerous changes that have been done, it is sometimes difficult to find the right parts for your Yamaha Oldtimer, because you have not only have take into account the type of moped, but also the year of construction. At JMPB parts we know all too well, and that is why we have over 40 fork parts on stock so you keep your Oldtimer Yamaha on the road. You can also buy a Yamaha original handle bar and springs for the inner leg, matching dust covers and steering head balls and even mounting material for this. Also, O-rings and other seals, dust covers and lubricating oils to order easily online.


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  1. Chrome Fork cover Yamaha FS1 A Piece Remake
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    Chrome Fork cover Yamaha FS1 A Piece Remake

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