Need a couple parts for a 1972 ct70

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  1. spencer2986

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    Recently acquired 1972 ct70. Missing a few things and was hoping someone would have what I need for a package deal. I need an exhaust header, rear brake rod(including spring and nut) and brake light lense. Could use a nicer front fender and flywheel cover also but not necessarily important right now. Any help is appreciated. I’m in Ohio, to give an idea on shipping cost depending on your location.
     
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  3. SketchyBikes

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    Check the "Too Much Crap" thread. Kirby has lots of parts. I got !y side cover from him .
     
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    Forgot about that thread. I been away for a very long time. Thanks for the heads up.
     
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    kirrbby Well-Known Member

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    Welcome back .spencer2986. I'm not going to have a header pipe for you. I've actually been watching for a cheap one for myself. I might have a couple other bits, but maybe wait to see if anyone else might pipe in. There are a couple of those rusted off headers on ebay, but the price is a bit high for me.
    The other stuff you need is pretty common...TL lenses are available new repop for cheap...I don't usually sell them, cause I'm always needing one for something. Flywheel covers in good condition have become pretty pricey, unless you get lucky.

    If you don't have any luck after a while, give me a shout and I'll see what I can gather up.
     
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    I have brake rod, nut and probably a spring. I may have a front fender, but it's rough.
    Will check in the morning and post pics of what I have.
     
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    Thank you both for the replies. Yea most of what I need isn’t too pricey just figured id check here before going to the bay.
     
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    kirrbby Well-Known Member

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    It sucks when you need 5- $5 items that end up costing you $100 shipped. Best to buy everything at once, or twice, if possible.
     
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    You are exactly right. Hoping for a little luck in a package deal here first.
     
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    Here's a few pics of the brake rod and rough fender. Just let me know if you're interested in either item, PM me your zip and I'll check on shipping.

    As you'll see, the fender has been painted on under side and has a couple of ~6mm holes, which I assume were for a mud flap.
     

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    Yeah, I feel your pain and understand the part about shipping of multiple single items. No problem on my end if you find someone with more of the items you need so you can save on shipping.
     
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    Pm sent, thanks!
     
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    Got a couple parts that I needed. If anyone has these parts to make a package deal, please let me know. A shifter, 1 chain adjuster, complete airbox.
     

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