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Default Front brake/fork lower upgrade

I am looking to install at least a 13" rotor and 4 piston radial caliper on my
96 sportster.

Am I able to simply swap out the fork lowers, axles and spacers for 2000+ unit? My bike has 13 spoke mags on it if that makes a difference.

Thank you in advance
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I am looking to install at least a 13" rotor and 4 piston radial caliper on my
96 sportster.

Am I able to simply swap out the fork lowers, axles and spacers for 2000+ unit? My bike has 13 spoke mags on it if that makes a difference.

Thank you in advance

Yes, and no..



I was able to install a 2008 lower set on my 1997, when I installed Dual Brembos, but also needed to change out the wheel for the 2008 as well.


You'll need a wheel from 2000+ as well. the wheel from a 1997 will not fit properly as the hubs are different
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Why not just put a Wilwood caliper on the stock leg? I did that for my 1991 and can't see a need for more braking ability, it stops so much better than before.

Wilwood GP310 should be what you need. Buy a couple bolts and you're golden.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/22073056495...4AAOxybi9Re2wm

I think I paid $220 for mine, but that was a couple years ago.

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