cNw Billet Triple Trees

$698.00
In stock
SKU
0400-07
Manufacturer: Damtech
  • CNC milled out of 6061 billet aluminum
  • Aligns the fork tube with the steering stem for greater high-speed stability compared to the stock design. This alignment also betters the torsional rigidity in the steering neck
  • Computer designed to maximize strength and minimize weight
  • The handlebar clamps are secured from the bottom of the top yoke for an extremely clean appearance
  • The lower stem nut is located in a recessed pocket so that it can not be seen from the front or sides
  • Stainless Steel fork stops
  • The lower yoke pinch area is superior in design that will center the fork tube in the bore. The stock version will not do this but rather push the tube to the side of the bore
  • If a post mounted style headlight is being used there is a recess on the bottom yoke that just needs to be drilled through (The hole size is 3/8-inch)
  • The trees are available in both a 7/8-inch handlebar style and a clip on style
  • The trees are available in a brushed finish and a show polished finish
  • Either the standard sealed ball bearings with the distance piece or optional tapered roller bearings can be used to mount the trees
  • These triple trees weigh 30% less than the standard triple trees

Notes:

  • The stock headlight ears can not be used with this set up. See our headlight ears as a perfect match in both material and finish
  • These triple trees will not allow you to install the stock MkIII plastic console. The only option if you want to retain a dash board would be to install a cNw console
  • If you have a 1970 or earlier frame, the lower yoke needs to be slightly modified before installation. Contac us to get details about this mod. We can do the necessary modifications in the shop to the trees but if you have the  early steering  stops (1 on each side of the steering neck)  then those will have to be removed and a center steering  stop, like later model frames had,  will need to be welded on.
Manufacturer: Damtech
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Replace your existing trees or use these for the ultimate look on your Commando custom bike. The trees have been CNC machined out of 6061 billet aluminum and have been finished to the highest possible standard. We designed them to enhance your Commando front end with soft, radius corners and enough material thickness to ensure that they stay extremely rigid. We also developed a clip on style set for those that want to get the aggressive look that only they can offer.

Manufacturer: Damtech
  • CNC milled out of 6061 billet aluminum
  • Aligns the fork tube with the steering stem for greater high-speed stability compared to the stock design. This alignment also betters the torsional rigidity in the steering neck
  • Computer designed to maximize strength and minimize weight
  • The handlebar clamps are secured from the bottom of the top yoke for an extremely clean appearance
  • The lower stem nut is located in a recessed pocket so that it can not be seen from the front or sides
  • Stainless Steel fork stops
  • The lower yoke pinch area is superior in design that will center the fork tube in the bore. The stock version will not do this but rather push the tube to the side of the bore
  • If a post mounted style headlight is being used there is a recess on the bottom yoke that just needs to be drilled through (The hole size is 3/8-inch)
  • The trees are available in both a 7/8-inch handlebar style and a clip on style
  • The trees are available in a brushed finish and a show polished finish
  • Either the standard sealed ball bearings with the distance piece or optional tapered roller bearings can be used to mount the trees
  • These triple trees weigh 30% less than the standard triple trees

Notes:

  • The stock headlight ears can not be used with this set up. See our headlight ears as a perfect match in both material and finish
  • These triple trees will not allow you to install the stock MkIII plastic console. The only option if you want to retain a dash board would be to install a cNw console
  • If you have a 1970 or earlier frame, the lower yoke needs to be slightly modified before installation. Contac us to get details about this mod. We can do the necessary modifications in the shop to the trees but if you have the  early steering  stops (1 on each side of the steering neck)  then those will have to be removed and a center steering  stop, like later model frames had,  will need to be welded on.
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