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dude

looking for a couple of bits....

two CEI nuts 7/16 diameter, 26 threads per inch

also a 5/16" ball for a clutch pushrod

this ia for spencers project but since he is a hermit, lives in maine and lazy... i have been elected to do the legwork

any suggestions where to buy this stuff?

matt
 

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cei is british. the ball shouldnt be that hard. tell spence to hit up the local gun shop. try slingshot ammo!

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Try Domi racer. They have lots of that stuff. I had an awful time getting a ball bearing for my Ducati clutch push rod locally. I finally went to an electric motor shop and they had some individual bearing from sealed units they had busted up. Luckily I only lost one so I had something to match it up with.

Didn't think of the gun shop idea!

domiracer.com if you have part #'s it is alot easier to order from them.

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"domiracer.com if you have part #'s it is alot easier to order from them."

basically, if you don't have a part number, yer fucked!

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Tex,

While it is easier at Domi with the parts # ( I try to have a parts book for each of my bikes), they can be real helpful if you don't have the number--depends who you get on the phone. A couple times I gave parts numbers from my British Only parts book for my triumph and the item was totally different---guess BO used their own numbers.......

No matter what bike you have, the parts book is a great investment! A microfiche reader came with my Honda MB5 roadracer, so now I can also search for microfiche parts books for newer bikes.
 
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