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Post  intrudin on Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:13 am



My cruiser 80/89 is slowly coming along i have stripped down and removed the terrible  paint job.as i move along i discover missing parts and brackets i can not find in the manual. Above is the swing arm can some one tell what that small brkt is on the arm, the one i forgot to circle. Also below is a chain adjuster i am in need of one more,


I am also looking for Brake cam spacer.. also the return springs for the levers... a rear brake light Original if possible.

my 2T with ss pipe and silencer courtesy of club members

jimd


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Post  piston 197 on Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:51 am

The 3 brackets shown in you pic on the l/hand side of the swing arm are the chainguard mounting points, if you do no have a chainguard i think i have one ?
The wheel adjusters are available from Andrew engineering in Manchester as they are the same ones used on the AMC Matchless/AJS machines, they do them in stainless i believe ?
JH
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Post  intrudin on Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:28 pm

piston 197 wrote:The 3 brackets shown in you pic on the l/hand side of the swing arm are the chainguard mounting points, if you do no have a chainguard i think i have one ?
The wheel adjusters are available from Andrew engineering in Manchester as they are the same ones used on the AMC Matchless/AJS machines, they do them in stainless i believe ?
JH


Thanks JH
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