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Rubber Bungs for Headlight Bracket

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zebadee86
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Rubber Bungs for Headlight Bracket

Post by zebadee86 on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 12:14 am

I REALLY REALLY need to obtain x4 rubber bungs for a headlight bracket, anyone got a set to sell me or know of a website i can get 4 from please?

I may even consider buying a headlight Bracket that has bungs with it if the price is right !!!

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teamster1975
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Re: Rubber Bungs for Headlight Bracket

Post by teamster1975 on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 2:15 pm

I don't think you'll see these come up second hand, I had to get a new set and they weren't huge money from a main stealer.
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eternally_troubled
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Re: Rubber Bungs for Headlight Bracket

Post by eternally_troubled on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 3:29 pm

Part number 1 from here seems like the right thing. Seems to be 2.20GBP...
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LI
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Re: Rubber Bungs for Headlight Bracket

Post by LI on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 3:41 pm

you could always try these guys...

http://www.whitedogbikes.com/cat--Honda-CB500-Twin-1993-to-2003--honda-cb-500-r-93-to-03:25.html
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Re: Rubber Bungs for Headlight Bracket

Post by ashcroc on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 5:56 pm

If your looking for a quick fix/bodge to keep you on the road, my bikes previous owner just strapped the braket to the fork legs with a couple of cable ties each side.

The first I knew the bungs were missing was when I had to change the fork seals. Wink

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