Off Topic - TS185K left hand handle bar switch

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Gavinkuit
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Off Topic - TS185K left hand handle bar switch

Post by Gavinkuit »

HI, sorry not GT related.
I've stripped down the left hand handle bar switch gear to re-solder a connection and renew the outer sleeving on the 2 sub-looms but a) I've lost the horn button spring and b) the photo I took to enable putting it back together is too blurred.
Has anyone got a spare switch (un painted type fits models A-M of TS185/TS125 - horn, indicators, headlight on/off, high/low beam switches) or could someone take some photos of the internal of the bottom half.
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Gavin
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Alan H
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Re: Off Topic - TS185K left hand handle bar switch

Post by Alan H »

See if an old biro spring will do the job (cut to length.)
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KETTLE BOY
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Re: Off Topic - TS185K left hand handle bar switch

Post by KETTLE BOY »

This is what you need.. Same as the gt750j left switch, as these came from a switche I opend up to take some photo's .. Hope it helps..kb
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