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Old 06 August 2013, 16:34   #1
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Honda BF150 Transit Bracket

I was running my standard pre-start checks on sunday (prior to a run to Cowes for the racing) and noticed the transit bracket seemed loose, I gave it a pull and managed to pull the whole thing out.
It is formed of 2 sides and they seem to slot together. I cannot see anywhere to secure it and was wondering if anyone else had any experience in what holds these two items together.
i also cannot see how you get access to it as below is the frame and sat on top is the engine.

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I'll have a look at ours this w'end n take some pics if I can get a worthwhile shot, can you post a pic of the bits just so I get the right parts
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Thanks Chris, Its the little arms you lower when your going to trailer the rig. If you pull on yours I would be interested to know if they move out or not.
I could see a little hole on the starboard side (towards the middle) so I could presume some sort of cotter pin might just drop in but again I cant see how you would get access to actually push a pin in.
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Rob,

photos of bracket, hope they help
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Mine are welded at both ends but I don't travel with it on them I use 4" fence post under the rams
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Thanks for the photos Chris and yes thats them, I dont suppose you can see what is holding them in place?
I really think it must just be a split pin in the middle and somehow I need to insert a new one.
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Hi Rob, the last photo was my best attempt at getting a photo of the mech, but no room to get camera in and it's covered in grease which doesn't help, but it seems to be similar to a axle diff, I guess it's so when you turn one end the other rotates with it, there must be a tube with the shaft protruding for the gear to slide on then a cotter pin to hold it in place, no idea how you would get at it without removing the lower engine cowling, maybe more after that........ good luck with that one! if it were me I may well opt for Micks suggestion of a length go 4" fence post.
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Does this help?
Honda BF150 early model??
Part No 24 joins the LH & RH (25) arms and uses scroll pins (64) to secure.


Spring pins - 2.5 x 20 (94305-25203)
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