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    rotor button part number?? AND fusible link kit?

    I've been looking online for a rotor button for my L, but i can't find one. anyone have a part number that i can check?

    also, does anyone know where i can order a new fusible link/holder that will go right into the Hako? does a Z link holder have the same plug?
    i don't want to order one here in japan, its so damn expensive..
    I'm pretty sure that mine has a short or is loose, i plan to pull it off and clean it, but it will be a couple of weeks before i can do that.

    any ideas are greatly appreciated!

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    Re: rotor button part number?? AND fusible link kit?

    Depends which distributor you got, there were several different types during the L-series production.

    Basically what I did was take mine out and go to the local parts store to start comparing which one for L-series would fit
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    Re: rotor button part number?? AND fusible link kit?

    FYI

    The fusible link that is for sale on Victory50's website is either temporarily out of stock or no longer available...
    I checked there earlier this week and I got a no no from them...


    Kevin you said you had yours remade from scratch locally in Australia, yes?

    Tim, I wonder if you can find yourself a local (auto) electrician to help you out?

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    Re: rotor button part number?? AND fusible link kit?

    yea, maybe.

    i will have to look into it, thanks!

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    Re: rotor button part number?? AND fusible link kit?

    Quote Originally Posted by ericbauer
    Kevin you said you had yours remade from scratch locally in Australia, yes?

    Tim, I wonder if you can find yourself a local (auto) electrician to help you out?
    Yeah, any auto electrician (look for ones with grey hair!) should be able to make you new fusible links in 10mins. Just bring your old ones, because they are colour coded for amperage.

    Quote Originally Posted by wookieballa
    yea, maybe.

    i will have to look into it, thanks!
    If that plastic distribution block that the fusible links plug into is toast, you do have options. There are aftermarket fuseboxes like these: http://narva.com.au/products/browse/blocks

    These might be easier to wire in tho: http://narva.com.au/products/browse/boxes

    They are rated to 25A and 30A, and here's an american brand: http://www.cooperindustries.com/content ... _ATC1.html
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