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Old 11-Sep-2006, 01:02 PM
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851/888 Stuff for sale

Im having a sort out now at last, and have the following items for sale. All are brand new still in the (mostly cagiva!) packet genuine parts, and most are not available anymore !

To save all the hassle of resizing, let me know your e-mail if you need any pics. More stuff to follow I expect..(Bracketed prices were list prices when new)

EARLY 851 FRONT MUDGUARD IN RED - 30 (75)
888 TOOL KIT AND CASE (RARE CAGIVA PRINTED LOGOS) - 25 (40)
ALLOY SP (EARLY SHAPE) TANK ** - 275 (900)
851 BUMPAD FOR SINGLE SEAT - 20 (76)
888 V PEICE IN RED (RARE EDITION WITH EXTRA VENTS) - 69 (114)
ASSORTED (LATEST SHAPE) 851/888 REAR SIDE PANELS - 50 EACH (220)
FAIRING AIR CONVEYORS (BITS INSIDE) IN RED - 19 (54)
REV COUNTER - 49 (170)
STRADA SEAT LOCK COVER - 7 (21)
WATER PUMP COVER - 25 (50)
CARBON FUEL CAP KIT - 40 (98)


** Its a brand new boxed tank, but it has a minor dent in it that was done at the factory or in transit because it was a sealed box (no cracks to paintwork and im sure it can be sorted easily). I cant even get it to come out in a photo !!

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Old 11-Sep-2006, 01:18 PM
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nat,

I'll have a pair of red air convetors, please.

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Old 11-Sep-2006, 01:26 PM
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Hi Natt
You have a PM
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Old 12-Sep-2006, 12:29 AM
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Talking ?

Do you know if the v piece will fit the early 851 fairing? & have you still got the bum pad? ( got told by the missus I couldn't afford the shock you had for sale )

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Old 12-Sep-2006, 07:38 AM
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The early 851 fairings have no fixing for the top bolt on the V piece. That's not to say that something couldn't be moulded in there during a dark, winter eve. The threaded inserts (that you puch into the mount) are Tappex, and easily avaialable.

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Old 12-Sep-2006, 08:21 AM
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Cheers Rob. Yes, there are no provisions but I have seen a guy fit one to an early 851 and it really does tidy the front up (not to mention stopping all the crud being thrown onto the front cylinder !

Ive got plenty of bum pads so no bother there !

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Old 12-Sep-2006, 08:40 AM
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Thanks Rob

I'm quite good at bodging so will have a go if it's still for sale.

I feel that the fairing looks more complete with the v piece fitted on the later bikes.

I've been buying the odd part with a view to fitting them over the winter, including a spare set of white wheels so I can powder coat the existing ones black. I still can't make my mind up which looks best, black or white!

Nat

Will have it if it's still for sale.

I wish I'd hung on for a bum pad from you as I had a heck of a saga buying one from belgium via ebay.

Will pm later.
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Old 12-Sep-2006, 08:48 AM
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When you're ready, PM me and I'll take some photo's of the new panels and the hole dimensions for the tapex, treaded inserts.

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Old 12-Sep-2006, 09:07 AM
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Thanks very much. I'll take you up on that.

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Old 13-Sep-2006, 07:49 PM
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Nat - have you just the one 888 v piece?
Be v.interested if phil hasn't taken it or by luck you do have another.
Tyre scuffed mine badly at Donnington earlier this week!

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