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Searching for a set of Durbahn rear sets

So I'm in the middle of a pretty cool project and am looking for a set of the Durbahn rear set. Does anyone either have a set they would be willing to part with or know where I can get my hands on a set. They seem to be no longer available from Durbahn himself.
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good luck. i've seen maybe two sets for sale in i don't know how many years.
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Yeah that's what I'm thinking but it's worth putting it out there. Who knows maybe I will get lucky.
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what are you looking to do with them? similar thing i did?
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Yeah there is a bit of a clearance issue with the OEM brake side for me. I would have to shim the rear brake rear set over an inch which is a bit more than I would like. The Durbahn set up has the master cylinder more on top than inboard. The Satos might be an option so I'm exploring my options. I would like to keep the same positions if possible though.
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The Sato needs a 20mm spacer. The durbahn needs a 10mm spacer. To clear the ladybird system anyway.


The durbahns also need a 40mm mount master cylinder.
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I think I will probably end up with the Satos since they are available. Unless I get lucky. I still have my fingers crossed though.
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it's worth a look. you could also consider the TSR rearsets, they're very simple and nice looking. could re-anodize in black if needed. i don't believe they need much spacing to fit.

are you running the HRC replica ladybird?
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The Durbahn HRC copy. I went for the two vertical pipes close together.
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Ah... Then I can't speak for clearance

Did you get it from cam_ron? I got the rearsets from him lol
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