Tachometer driven gear

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Re: Tachometer driven gear

Postby Bill » Tue Jun 15, 2010 6:30 pm

Hey Pezza.. Shame you're down-under.. I could fix that in me lunch break. Do you have any laser or waterjet cutters where you are? If need be, i could make you the bung and post it over. :153

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Re: Tachometer driven gear

Postby Pezza » Wed Jun 16, 2010 9:30 am

cheers Bill but I've been told to get a thing called a welsh plug! well thats what he ( the bloke who rebuilt it ) uses so i'll give that a go, should be ok! I got to sell it any way, need something more commute friendly, the bike has trouble in the heat! been looking at a 2009 Thruxton. :208
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Re: Tachometer driven gear

Postby Tman » Wed Jun 16, 2010 11:59 am

Welch plug. Could work if you get the dead-on size, but I reckon you'll get oil drips from where the body is notched. Cheap enough to be worth a go though.
Late model Thruxton? Yeah, nice bike...
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Re: Tachometer driven gear

Postby Pezza » Thu Jun 17, 2010 8:55 am

yeah they are very nice!
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