Author Topic: Morris Magneto A10  (Read 1250 times)

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Re: Morris Magneto A10
« Reply #15 on: 16.06. 2016 22:37 »
You could send it to Australia, RR. There's quite a few good repairers here.
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Re: Morris Magneto A10
« Reply #16 on: 16.06. 2016 23:27 »
You could send it to Australia, RR. There's quite a few good repairers here.

Sorting the manual advance K2f mag isnt high on the list as I've got a BT-H that should get "Rusty" my super rocket mobile, but if you can recommend someone good on the east coast of the big west island of Noo Ziland, would be good to know...   
I couldn't currently recommend anyone in the NZ north island.   *dunno*
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Re: Morris Magneto A10
« Reply #17 on: 18.06. 2016 01:28 »
I had my K2F rebuilt by Peter Scott about 30 years ago. It worked faultlessly for about 15 years (I then went electronic). It still gives a good spark when spun by hand. http://dropbears.com/motorcycles/peter-scott/
Zochy's is another. I haven't tried. Funny their both in seven Hills Sydney. http://www.zochys-magnetos.com/
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