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Offline PDMiller

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footrest identification
« on: 14.03. 2019 16:03 »
The attached footrest has come up on ebay and the vendor reckons the part number is ?? 4890. Just wondering if anyone can identify it as a Right hand one. There seem to be several part numbers for these but none seem to match this.
Any advice and opinions welcome and if it doesn't fit and cant be altered    *work* it'll join the rest of the junk in the garage ;)

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Just found it on Google and it's for a B or M series with a tapered fit not splines so no good for me. Thought I'd leave the thread on in case someone is looking for one.

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Re: footrest identification
« Reply #1 on: 14.03. 2019 19:36 »
Picture's a bit small but looks like it might fit a plunger frame too
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Re: footrest identification
« Reply #2 on: 14.03. 2019 22:21 »
There are a couple of them on ebay Morris. Sorry I can't find the item number but if anyone needs one they're under A10 footrests

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Re: footrest identification
« Reply #3 on: 14.03. 2019 22:41 »
B's & M's have splines also. Plungers & A'65s from memory have taper mounting.
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Re: footrest identification
« Reply #4 on: 15.03. 2019 03:58 »
What ones are you after?
We have the pair of that part number, and are splined...
https://mikesclassiccyclespares.com/product/65-4890/
https://mikesclassiccyclespares.com/product/65-4891/

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Re: footrest identification
« Reply #5 on: 15.03. 2019 07:55 »
Plunger A7/10's are tapered. Had sore "nuts" to prove it when the nuts came loose whilst standing on the pegs!  ::hh::
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