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Offline Guy Wilson

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« on: 05.02. 2014 12:41 »
I've just learnt Sean Hawker - Hawker Electricals is no longer trading. Does any one have any reliable and recommendations for electrical items, HT leads, pick-ups, regulators and the like in the UK?
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Re: magneto parts
« Reply #1 on: 05.02. 2014 13:01 »
There are two that I can recommend and I believe that the proprietors are both members of this forum.  I've listed them in no particular order of preference and you can do a Google search if you want to check out their websites.

Brightspark Magnetos

Priory Magnetos Ltd.

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Re: magneto parts
« Reply #2 on: 05.02. 2014 16:17 »
Guy, sorry to hear that sean no longer trading ,in the past I've installed his reg box and dynamo belt kit as well as having the dynamo rewired to 12 v ,all good jobs , however if you look up some of the posts about magmetos you'll see a forum member mentioned along with his regulators and capacitors ,he is very knowledgeable ,helpful and I beleive very well thought of on this forum, best wishes Bob H.
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Re: magneto parts
« Reply #3 on: 05.02. 2014 19:30 »
And don't forget Mike with his DVR2 reg.
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Re: magneto parts
« Reply #4 on: 10.02. 2014 08:41 »
And Independent Ignition-  http://www.magneto.co.uk/

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Re: magneto parts
« Reply #5 on: 10.02. 2014 17:40 »
Independent Ignition is no more, unfortunately.
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Re: magneto parts
« Reply #6 on: 10.02. 2014 18:06 »
Tis sadly true Richard, but you can get some good stuff from http://www.magneto-ignition.co.uk/ who took over some of the business when the owner retired  . . .
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Re: magneto parts
« Reply #7 on: 11.02. 2014 15:24 »
Priory magnetos  have a lot of spares for mags and dynamos, I ordered some small parts for my dynamo,excellent service. I think many forum members have used this company,also has a very good website.

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