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Offline Bulphan dave

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Chrome headlight brackets
« on: 29.04. 2016 14:26 »
Hi all, I'm after a pair of chrome head light / fork ears for my 1962 a10. Can anyone recommend a supplier
Cheers in advance, dave
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Re: Chrome headlight brackets
« Reply #1 on: 29.04. 2016 14:44 »
Hi Dave.
My experience of today's chrome parts has been total disappointment, forks holders were poor, so changed to stainless, even lifting handle, sent the first back and the replacement was no better. I,ve also found replacement miscellaneous painted parts finish not up to scratch, and refinishing them again.
Best advise is to have a look at any item first if at all possible before buying.
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Re: Chrome headlight brackets
« Reply #2 on: 29.04. 2016 15:11 »
Dave, be aware that although similar, A65 fork ears are not the same as A10 ones. George Prew will probably have the correct RGS/Goldie ones in stock.  http://www.goldstar-rgs-gp.co.uk/
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Re: Chrome headlight brackets
« Reply #3 on: 30.04. 2016 10:05 »
Once again I thank you
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