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motor bike electrician 05 Dec 2018 09:26 #1

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hi guys
im back again after some bad health , i live in the Wolverhampton in the west-midlands and i trying to find a local bike service to make a new loom for my motorbike.
the bike is a 1971 yamaha LT2 100cc , iv posted the majority of the rebuild on this forum but im stuck with the electrical s .
i have the old loom if that helps and would love to get this bike running and back on the road , any help would be grate , thank you

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motor bike electrician 05 Dec 2018 10:36 #2

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Good evening Matwom.

There are quite a few on ebay, both new and used (a couple of new ones in the USA for about £60 inc p+p - not bad). One of the used ones is here in the UK.

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motor bike electrician 05 Dec 2018 11:45 #3

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If you can't find what you want, I can make you a new one from your original.


email: yamaha@nc.rr.com
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