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Rear brake switch spring + master bolt

Just sold (well, almost) my Sato rearsets and installed the stock one on the bike I bought last week.

Noticed two things were missing: the spring that attach the rear brake switch to the pedal and 1 bolt that links the rear brake master to the foot pegs.

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Total: 7$ on Cheap Cycle Parts, but 30$ to ship these two feather pieces.

Anyone has them around and can ship em in an envelope for, lets say, less than 30$.

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post #2 of 28 Old 06-08-2012, 06:12 PM
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I probably have them let me take a look.

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Am I dreaming or what?

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bolt and spring .... hardware store.... < a buck.

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Only stock parts on my bikes.

Yeah, I'm like that: just between the 1$ hardware store solution and the 37$ price tag for a new spring and a bolt.

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You may want to check your local dealer. If I order on mine's website it's 10% off and pick it up at the dealer is no shipping charge. For most stuff that's a cheaper option than ordering online, especially for small parts.

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Good point. But If its decent from HeliMech, I'd rather encourage someone here than burning expensive Ridgeline gas to get to the dealer.

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seriously..... im sorry but there is not point to spend the extra coin on "non stock parts" for such trival parts as a standard metric bolt and a standard extension spring.

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Ok...

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Good point. But If its decent from HeliMech, I'd rather take advantage of someone here than burning expensive Ridgeline gas to get to the dealer.
fixed it for you Those $10 in paypal fees your are trying to recover from the potential buyer of your rear sets should be able to cover a few gal. of gas. Cheap fuck

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Hahaha! Now that's funny.

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Hahaha! Now that's funny.
I knew you'd like that

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fixed it for you Those $10 in paypal fees your are trying to recover from the potential buyer of your rear sets should be able to cover a few gal. of gas. Cheap fuck
I paid an extra $10 for Paypal fees FOOOKER. Once I get all parts in (at the same time), it'll be like a new bike! Including your forks

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Good point. But If its decent from HeliMech, I'd rather encourage someone here than burning expensive Ridgeline gas to get to the dealer.

Take the bike, just dont use the rear brake

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I paid an extra $10 for Paypal fees FOOOKER.
sucker. I glad you did. I just don't like dealing business when it's one way street. Credit company's fees, paypal fees etc is a price of business IMO.
Enjoy those forks dude. It's about time you install them. It's only been what? like 2 years or so

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Take the bike, just dont use the rear brake
Never said I was gonna use the rear brake; said I want the rear brake light to workm that's two different things.

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Never said I was gonna use the rear brake; said I want the rear brake light to workm that's two different things.
Um. Same light regardless of what brake you use.

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Ok. You didnt get this one...

Lets move forward.

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My rear brake switch started shorting, so I just removed it and don't plan on reconnecting. So I have that spring if you want it.

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I got mine disconneted so LEOs won't know when I'm slowing down...

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I got mine disconneted so LEOs won't know when I'm slowing down...
Exactly why I don't plan on reconnecting.

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sucker. I glad you did. I just don't like dealing business when it's one way street. Credit company's fees, paypal fees etc is a price of business IMO.
Enjoy those forks dude. It's about time you install them. It's only been what? like 2 years or so
Yea but it'll be so worth it... besides I've gotten used to the sponge like front font forks, not to mention all the rain riding in them. Can't wait to see what all the raves are about.

I mean damn, can't get you to shut up about them already.

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Yea but it'll be so worth it... besides I've gotten used to the sponge like front font forks, not to mention all the rain riding in them. Can't wait to see what all the raves are about.

I mean damn, can't get you to shut up about them already.
haha, you are the one who brought them up first in this thread. Don't forget to drop them about 10mm.

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That'd be a little twitchy no? I'll experiment with 5mm first

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I probably have them let me take a look.
Don't have them sorry.........let the thread derail continue.

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haha, you are the one who brought them up first in this thread. Don't forget to drop them about 10mm.
you can start with 5 but I think you will end up with 10mm for max fun

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Thanks everyone. Got them.

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My rear brake switch started shorting, so I just removed it and don't plan on reconnecting. So I have that spring if you want it.
I had issues with mine too and changed it to a hydraulic switch which is triggered from the rear master cylinder. Works great now.

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