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Quote from: The Buddha on March 20, 2023, 06:30:18 AMActually the GS stem is much much longer than the kat stem. Several mm does sound right. If you seat the stem fully in the kat lower triple nearly nothing will fit.The GS lower triple is thicker than the kats and the upper triple is a double on the GS but single on the kat.Now if you get it right the bearing zone will end up in the right location with GS triple. The kat bearing zone is higher than the GS. That's why you have to file/lathe that area.The GS stem has a lot of extra room on top. And a thread boss that's too small dia. That needs to be at a minimum pushed deeper into the thread and spacered or maybe get it from the kat's stem. These all need to be a tight tight tight fit. That's one reason I prefer to use all the original parts from the donor bike.Cool.Buddha.
Quote from: The Buddha on March 21, 2023, 07:41:03 AMOh frrrrrrruuuuuccccckkkkk - Kat 750. And I think its post 1996 as well. 0 experience with that.Only kat swaps I have done are 89-95 Kat 600's.Cool.Buddha.
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