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Plover rear spring mountings

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Plover rear spring mountings

Post  atreyu on Sun Dec 12, 2010 5:21 pm

Hi All,
As the title says!

I've just had a look at the Plover (in a cardboard box) project I've bought, Can someone tell me how the rear springs attach to the main frame pressing?

I bought a small document off ebay on the Plover "practical guide" but it doesnt really help me out much, however it does have this diagram.



I appear to be missing the bit in the diagram that I have arrowed. Does anyone have a picture of this part so I can make better sense of it? I'm guessing it's all that holds the springs in? I noticed the frame pressing has two holes in for the springs, approx 1 1/2" diameter..... just missing the rest!!!
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Re: Plover rear spring mountings

Post  Kelvin_20T on Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:46 pm

Atreyu

Whilst looking in my James parts manual I have found a image of the James Comet 100/Flying Cadet 150.

It looks similar to the picture you have posted, after looking at it the item you have an arrow pointing at is says "rear suspension rubber grommet", part number 003446.

Hope this helps, regards, Kelvin
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Post  atreyu on Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:13 pm

Thanks Kelvin, if thats the case then the question still stands, how does the top of the spring, the threaded part attach to the frame?
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Post  Kelvin_20T on Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:15 pm

I'll be honest, I have no idea, you could pm james captain as he has a cadet.

Sorry I can't help.

Regards, Kelvin
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