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Re: RGS Conversion ( well sort of )
« Reply #15 on: 19.10. 2012 12:47 »
Seat buffers look good I did wonder what the two holes in the frame were for, where can we get them in the UK. Why do we need two rear mudguard bridge centres when fitting a Gold Star mudguard. none of the pictures show two; please help.

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Re: RGS Conversion ( well sort of )
« Reply #16 on: 22.10. 2012 09:57 »
Good morning Kiwipom, thanks for that ,just shows you that theres always something new .I've had 3 different s/arm a7 and a10 and none of 'em have had those buffers ,so anyone know where to get 'em in the UK has Colin requested?? best wishes BobH
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Re: RGS Conversion ( well sort of )
« Reply #17 on: 22.10. 2012 10:53 »
I would think most dealers have them Bob, certainly C&D and Lyfords. don't buy off an auction site photo as there similar looking buffers that are much smaller, not sure but perhaps the smaller ones are Triumph
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Re: RGS Conversion ( well sort of )
« Reply #18 on: 22.10. 2012 12:11 »
Thanks Bill, honestly haven't seen 'em but i'll look harder Best wishes BobH
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