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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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mv 125 TEL 1949

Hi all,

I have a quite impossible question.
I am looking for a couple of rear suspension units for my bike,
tried to find these on the various "mostra scambios'' in Italy
over the years, but did not find these.

Does anyone know of the existence of these somewhere, than I
am very gratefull knowing that.

It is the suspension units only as the shockabsorbers are the
"compassi" model as shown on the picture (not mine) attached, which are usable on my bike after restoring them. .

Thanks you all guys
Gerard
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-08-2012, 02:16 AM
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hi

there are some friction dampers on e-bay (two sets) at the moment and there is anpther set which comes up regularly.

I also have a TEL which is a ground up rebuild, yet to be started but I'm hopeful this will happen soon. Sending a pm re pics of your bike as a reference for the resto.

cheers

Russ
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hi

there are some friction dampers on e-bay (two sets) at the moment and there is anpther set which comes up regularly.

I also have a TEL which is a ground up rebuild, yet to be started but I'm hopeful this will happen soon. Sending a pm re pics of your bike as a reference for the resto.

cheers

Russ
Why not just pull apart and rebuild the originals:naug hty:


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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-12-2012, 02:48 AM Thread Starter
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Hi
Thanks for the idea
I have been busy restoring MV's from late 1980's,
so I feel quite allright in these matters.
These suspensions are "purtroppo" beyond repair, I can make these correctly myself. I still believe that restoring with original parts is highly preferable.
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