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GF Wollongong

GF Wollongong
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Did post this earlier ... no joy yet so I thought I'd try again

Just to clarify, I am only after the switch assembly - not the Brake Master Cylinder nor the throttle assembly on the handle bars. 

Switch gear to include: 
indicator switch, light switch, starter and cut out switches, plastic surround as well as wiring back to plug under tank. 


Cheers 


Guy

    

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DadofHedgehog

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@GF Wollongong wrote:Did post this earlier ... no joy yet so I thought I'd try again

Just to clarify, I am only after the switch assembly - not the Brake Master Cylinder nor the throttle assembly on the handle bars. 

Switch gear to include: 
indicator switch, light switch, starter and cut out switches, plastic surround as well as wiring back to plug under tank. 


Cheers 

https://www.euromotoelectrics.com/product-p/hbswitch461.htmGuy


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1995 K75T.  I am the 3d owner.  Bought it in June 2019 with 6,242 miles on the odo.

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1997 Buell S3T Thunderbolt
1982 BMW R100CS
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3Back to top Go down   WTB K100 1984 RHS Switch gear Empty Re: WTB K100 1984 RHS Switch gear on Thu Feb 20, 2020 9:59 pm

GF Wollongong

GF Wollongong
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Thanks for the reply

Given the bike cost me a case of beer, I'm sitting here deliberating...bit like a deer in the headlights

GF

    

4Back to top Go down   WTB K100 1984 RHS Switch gear Empty Re: WTB K100 1984 RHS Switch gear on Fri Feb 21, 2020 10:39 am

Dai

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Looks like a phonecall to Motorworks?

BTW: I had some unbelievably good service out of Euromotoelectrics this week. I needed a single frame to mount a Ducati alternator into one of my Moto Guzzis (only the rear mounting frame came with the boxes of bits that constituted the bike). They quoted me $5 a frame (i.e. $10 the pair: front and rear are different). I asked for two pairs and they came back with $32.98 including shipping. It was only during a slight mix-up over payment that it came to light that the alternator mounting frames are normally $40 a pair... It was not a misquote - for some reason they really were selling them to me at $10 a pair.


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'83 K100 upgraded to K100RS spec, '87 K100RT
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