Zero-Friction Fork Springs for Twins 2001-2016

    Brand: Wilbers
    €159,- see below for availability per version
    High-quality progressive fork springs, German design and manufacture by Wilbers.
    See details and applications below.
    4 variations
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    Product description

    Version A for Bonneville versions 2001-2016 with wire wheels.

    Version B for Bonneville versions 2008-2016 with alloy wheels.

    Version C for Thruxton 900 all versions 2004-2016.

    Version D for Scrambler 900 all versions 2006-2016.

    See here for other Triumph models.

    Wilbers Zero-Friction fork springs will radically change the behavior and comfort of your bike - you will not believe it at first!

    Two main differences:
    - these springs are "progressive", or multi-frequency, while the original springs are single frequency (single spring, the loops are regular). As a result they react much better to a range of road surfaces and irregularities.
    - their unique "Zero-Friction" treatment guarantees a perfect and constant behaviour, no matter the operating temperature or stress they are put under.

    Designed and made in Germany by Wilbers, a large specialist of motorcycle suspensions since 1985.

    The springs are made from a chrome-silicium steel developed specifically for Wilbers, to guarantee an excellent durability (no squashing over time).

    The length is the same as the original, these springs do not change the height of the bike.

    Sold in pairs.

    Easy fitment, with basic tools.
    No modification of the bike required, installation is completely reversible.

    12 month warranty.


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    5 from 5
    Nette amélioration par rapport aux ressorts d'origine... J'ai plus mal aux épaules a cause des nids de poules :-). Installation facile (suivre des tutos sur Youtube - Delboys Garage par example)... J'ai plus qu'a remplacer les amortisseurs arrières sur ma Bonnie pour etre au top... Merci British Legends!
    Posted by: Darren Horspool on 7 July 2023