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Offline benet

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BTH Magneto
« on: 27.08. 2012 11:11 »
Hi. All, Just a note for anyone interested that there is a BTH KC2 auto advance magneto for sale on Trade Me NZ. I am unable to up load the link but i found it under A7, the starting price was NZ$475 so that about 240 pounds. Ben.

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Re: BTH Magneto
« Reply #1 on: 27.08. 2012 11:22 »
Hiya Ben,
     What I do to upload a link, is 'Highlight, and copy the Link', then, just up there?, above the smiley stuff, second from left, is 'insert hyperlink'. click on that, and then paste in the guts of it- I think it works for me..?
 Cheers, duTch
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Re: BTH Magneto
« Reply #2 on: 27.08. 2012 21:59 »
Hi benet
A BTH will need modifying to fit on an A7/10
Well worth doing as far as I'm concerned,
Look for my posting on fitment

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Re: BTH Magneto
« Reply #3 on: 15.09. 2012 02:56 »
not to be confused with bt-h magneto's...

The NZ trademe site is only for kiwi's and ozzies, if you needed assistance with let me know. I did see that ad.
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