Early 80's Diamond Back Silver Streak front fork washers

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3/15/2021 10:57 PM

Searching for a pair of Early 80's Diamond Back Silver Streak front fork washers. These washers had a lip that fit flush into the forks and held the axle in place. Not sure if the other Diamond Back bikes were the same but I am guessing they are. Anyone that has a set of these for sale, please let me know.

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3/16/2021 7:26 AM

alair131 wrote:

Searching for a pair of Early 80's Diamond Back Silver Streak front fork washers. These washers had a lip that fit flush into ...more

Google lawyer washers bike

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3/16/2021 2:06 PM

I don't have any specific to an old DB, but let me check my parts bin. I may have a set. You can also try bmxmuseum.com as it caters a little more to old-school bikes than this site.

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Free thinkers are dangerous

3/16/2021 4:49 PM

Thanks!

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3/16/2021 4:59 PM

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3/17/2021 7:46 PM

Looks like a washer with a lip...

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3/18/2021 8:47 PM

May have no choice but to hire a machinist to fabricate one.

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3/18/2021 9:25 PM

That's actually what I was going to suggest, especially if you already have one for measurements.. A couple of different sized washers stacked together might serve the purpose too..

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3/18/2021 11:26 PM

Did you need just 1?

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3/19/2021 3:00 PM

Showtime402x2 wrote:

Did you need just 1?

Yes, I only need one. A pair would be nice to have an extra, but not important. Can you help?

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3/30/2021 3:27 AM

alair131 wrote:

Searching for a pair of Early 80's Diamond Back Silver Streak front fork washers. These washers had a lip that fit flush into ...more

Fakechop has those..

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J. Stjohn

3/30/2021 3:29 AM

alair131 wrote:

May have no choice but to hire a machinist to fabricate one.

Looks like you can use those bearing screws that drew against the circular bearing on non sealed hubs and axles

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J. Stjohn