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fork selectors
« on: 18.10. 2010 09:52 »
I have a question or three

I have 4 selector forks of the early (plunger ?) type - part number 67-3118
I'm looking for 2 selector forks for plunger,A/B s/arm and C10 4 speed - part number 67-3204
both these numbers are what is cast on the part so might not tally with a spares book

What is the difference between the two part numbers and can the earlier one be used in place of the later ones.

And does any one (in UK) have a pair for sale or swap

All the best - Bill
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Re: fork selectors
« Reply #1 on: 18.10. 2010 11:24 »
G'day Bill,
                you mean the gear selector forks ? Same in the plunger and swingarm box's. I got mine from Len Haggis S/hand 15 quid.
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Re: fork selectors
« Reply #2 on: 18.10. 2010 11:59 »
Ah cheers Muskrat , a bit of dyslexia creeping in there, I've corrected it to avoid any further confusion.

I see Lyford list then as well ( around same price ), never dealt with Len Haggis, might give him a bell.
was really after knowing what the difference is and if the earlier ones could be used, got most of the makings of a spare box just don't know if there would be a problem using the earlier selector forks.

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Re: fork selectors
« Reply #3 on: 20.10. 2010 05:14 »
Bill,
         The early type, I think from memory, are a lot wider than the later type so are only of use with the early gear set.
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