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Old 06 January 2005, 18:13   #11
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I don't know if the 60Blue band has the same internal levers as the 20 Blue band, Im still looking for the internal remote levers for throttle and gears.. i have a remote + cables + barrel joint but dont have the internal bits that it slots into!

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Old 06 January 2005, 18:54   #12
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I too have no idea if it's the same but i think i have one! PM or email me what it's worth to you if interested...
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Old 06 January 2005, 20:58   #13
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erk, looks scary... i have no idea what it looks like.. i just know that i need the bits.. Where did that come off? was it on the (if facing side where the controls, pull start, petrol thingie and choke would have been) on the left hand side of the engine? or on the right hand side?

As for price.. i have no idea... no clue what its worth either.. perhaps someone could tell me?

Did your remotes have the barrel type connectors to? with the cross in one end?

Edit: Wait a min.. think i figured it out.. same situation but on Right hand side there is a stud sticking out which it screws onto, the bolt on the "arm" on that pic goes though a hole which is attached to the throttle arrangement, yes?

so is that just the throttle arm that is there?
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Old 07 January 2005, 12:10   #14
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Edit: Wait a min.. think i figured it out.. same situation but on Right hand side there is a stud sticking out which it screws onto, the bolt on the "arm" on that pic goes though a hole which is attached to the throttle arrangement, yes?
don't think so, the "arm" connects to the gear selector rod, which turns.

I don't think i can be anymore help, sorry! I took this engine to bits in about 1998... so it's all a bit hazy.

I (think) it came from the PORT side of the engine where the control cabels went in. It provides locators for the two cables, the throttle connects straight onto the assembly that advances the dissy and opens the carb's where as the gear selector has a slide assy an an arm to drive the "rod" that runs through to the gearbox.

Or that's how i remember it.

A tenner plus postage, thow it away if it ain't right!
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Old 07 January 2005, 13:54   #15
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Sounds like a good idea... any idea how much it weighs (for postage i mean) And do you still have the bolt to secure it down with, or is it missing?

How to pay.. do you have paypal? Or should i just write a cheque?

PM me with the info

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