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CSM Trail Reducer for 1200 GS and GSA
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claude #3563
Posted 4/16/2012 3:11 PM (#64379)
Subject: CSM Trail Reducer for 1200 GS and GSA



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Location: Middleburg, Pa
Wanted to let all of you here know that we are now offereing a CNC machined billet aluminum trail reducer for the R1200GS or GSA bikes here at C Stanley Motorsports Inc. This design is quite beefy and provides much easlier steering on these bikes. Stock brake lines etc can be used. The unit is provided with it's own bolts for the pinch blocks on the fork tubes and also for the front fender attachement. The design will not lose ground clearance like some others on the market have in the past. Introductory price is $800 which includes shipping with in the lower 48 states.
With that being said we are also thinking of doing a similar trail reducer for the 1150 series of GS machines.. $750.
If you are interested in the 1150 version let us know. Email : Claude@freedomsidecars.com
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J.R.
Posted 4/18/2012 7:17 PM (#64401 - in reply to #64379)
Subject: RE: CSM Trail Reducer for 1200 GS and GSA


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Location: Crockett Tx
Hey Claude; How about one for the 650 Burgman? Might be interested in something for a 650 KLR. Thanks J.R.
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claude #3563
Posted 4/19/2012 7:54 AM (#64409 - in reply to #64401)
Subject: RE: CSM Trail Reducer for 1200 GS and GSA



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Hello JR hope all is well with you and Avenelle. We could possibly do a triple tree conversion or a leading link for the KLR. The Burgman? Would need the bike in house to deal with it. From my experience these do not steer that bad anyhow but there is always room for improvement. Call me or email me when you can. Of course you all are always welcome to visit. Good hearing from you.
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claude #3563
Posted 8/6/2012 8:52 PM (#66117 - in reply to #64379)
Subject: RE: CSM Trail Reducer for 1200 GS and GSA



Posts: 2471
Location: Middleburg, Pa
claude #3563 - 4/16/2012 3:11 PM

Wanted to let all of you here know that we are now offereing a CNC machined billet aluminum trail reducer for the R1200GS or GSA bikes here at C Stanley Motorsports Inc. This design is quite beefy and provides much easlier steering on these bikes. Stock brake lines etc can be used. The unit is provided with it's own bolts for the pinch blocks on the fork tubes and also for the front fender attachement. The design will not lose ground clearance like some others on the market have in the past. Introductory price is $800 which includes shipping with in the lower 48 states.
With that being said we are also thinking of doing a similar trail reducer for the 1150 series of GS machines.. $750.
If you are interested in the 1150 version let us know. Email : Claude@freedomsidecars.com


To follow up on the original post above we do now have the CSM trail reducer in stock for the BMW 1150 GS bikes.
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