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Spring for center stand

Post  laurpat on Sun 23 Sep - 10:44

Hi,

I'm looking for a new spring for the center stand. This is the one in the picture...




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Re: Spring for center stand

Post  Admin drgaz on Sun 23 Sep - 19:07

That was one of the first things I noticed Smile I thought it was on the cards for replacement.
Not sure of the length but the cheep and plentiful.

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Post  laurpat on Sun 23 Sep - 20:46

That looks the one - Can anyone do me a huge favour - I'm measuring my spring and i'm a just a little short on 100mm long, don't know if it's because it's so old and out of shape - Could someone please do me a huge favor and measure the spring on the bike the have and let me know. And as Admin drgaz said - It's the first thing that hits you when you look at the bike.

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Post  Admin drgaz on Sun 23 Sep - 21:06

Hi P the one on mine is 85mm.
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Re: Spring for center stand

Post  laurpat on Sun 23 Sep - 21:30

I see they come in a 75mm or a 100mm - I'm guessing it's best go for the 75mm?

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Re: Spring for center stand

Post  Admin drgaz on Sun 23 Sep - 21:40

yer mine may be worn a little to,
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Stand spring

Post  JohnW on Mon 24 Sep - 8:20

A J Sutton do new ones for £4.21 plus postage http://www.yamahascooterspares.co.uk/spares/epc2.asp?modelID=9063&PageiD=29&m=YAMAHA+T80+TOWNMATE+STAND%2E+FOOTREST&uID=0
at that price its not worth buying rusty used ones off Fleabay

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Re: Spring for center stand

Post  laurpat on Mon 24 Sep - 9:52

JohnW wrote:A J Sutton do new ones for £4.21 plus postage http://www.yamahascooterspares.co.uk/spares/epc2.asp?modelID=9063&PageiD=29&m=YAMAHA+T80+TOWNMATE+STAND%2E+FOOTREST&uID=0
at that price its not worth buying rusty used ones off Fleabay

John,

I tried to buy the spring in with A.J Sutton but the problem is they are looking for an additional £19.52 for shipping the spring to ireland. That's just crazy....

I may try tge universal spring 75mm on ebay.

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