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Offline andy

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« on: 08.10. 2013 20:43 »
after a new wiring loom on the a10 build where do people recommend to get one from(uk) for the divers helmet type headlight cheers. *good3*
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Re: loom
« Reply #1 on: 08.10. 2013 21:58 »
http://myworld.ebay.com.au/5*fleamarket?_trksid=p2047675.l2559

Andy, I have attempted to attach an Ebay link that Wozza had previously recommended.
Hope it works, it's worth a look.
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Re: loom
« Reply #2 on: 09.10. 2013 10:26 »
Hi Andy.
Try TMS in Nottingham, they are distributor for UK manufactured wiring looms, I used them last year on my A10 rebuild, good quality @ decent price, about £35.00 inc postage.
http://www.tms-motorcycles.co.uk

If you are rewiring you should consider adding inline fuses
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Re: loom
« Reply #3 on: 09.10. 2013 12:01 »
Hi Andy,
I can also recommend TMS. They have supplied me with good quality looms for my rigid A7 and my 1937 Panther. Here is the link.

http://www.tms-motorcycles.co.uk/store/products/list.asp?cat_id=232
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Re: loom
« Reply #4 on: 09.10. 2013 12:25 »
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/BSA-A7-A10-RGS-etc-Mag-Dynamo-Models-state-positive-or-negative-earth-/251341235577?pt=UK_Motorcycle_Parts_13&hash=item3a851ae579#ht_3138wt_968

I got one of these for mine...  it's a full loom WITH all sub looms & instructions.. 
It's good quality & cheap.. 
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Re: loom
« Reply #5 on: 09.10. 2013 13:53 »
cheers for all the replies  *smile*
only 2 things needed in life wd40 and duck tape....if it moves and shouldn`t use tape if it don`t move and should use wd40.

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Re: loom
« Reply #6 on: 09.10. 2013 14:01 »
This is one area where I show what a "tightasse" I am, as I always have rewired my A10s myself,thankfully  never had any problems but for some reason I've just done it .I quite enjoy the job and often feel as though the guy who first showed me how is peeking over my shoulder still  muttering "keep it neat lad and don't forget the earths " Billy's idea about inline fuses is well worth following up and I'd source led stop/tail from Paul Goff who is on this forum but adverteses in all the classic bike mags plus consider his advice re headlight bulbs etc no connection as we say but very happy with his service and help ,lets know how you get on regards BobH.
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Re: loom
« Reply #7 on: 09.10. 2013 20:45 »
as a couple of other guys have said TMS notts .thats where i got mine,very helpful guy in the shop .......should go on a recommended shop list!
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