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Do yourself a favour and buy some steel seat hinge pins from TPO.They are inexpensive and do not break.
Also if you happen to drop one of those pins it falls straight into the nooks on the motor and are very hard to find.Don't ask me how I know.
Hey Mitchy, Re the steel seat hinge pins. I have spare OEM plastic jobs. What is TPO?

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Here you go,they have a few goodies and very good quality too.


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Thanks for the link. Doe snot seem to have the seat hinge pins. Have been thinking about getting a mini lathe. Maybe I can make some if I do. Seems like an expensive pin though if I need to buy a lathe to do it!

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Thanks for the link. Doe snot seem to have the seat hinge pins. Have been thinking about getting a mini lathe. Maybe I can make some if I do. Seems like an expensive pin though if I need to buy a lathe to do it!
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@Glenno,Here they are on the first page.

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Ahh I looked under TPO parts and couldn't find them. Thanks
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35USD shipping on a 13.95USD part . I'm out.

Basically 75 Australian dollars for 2 x 50cent parts.

Buying stuff from the US is BS. The most expensive shipping in the world.

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Just use 5mm bolts!
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35USD shipping on a 13.95USD part . I'm out.

Basically 75 Australian dollars for 2 x 50cent parts.

Buying stuff from the US is BS. The most expensive shipping in the world.
I get what you are saying Glenno,unless you buy a few items to make shipping worthwhile it is expensive.US postage costs have risen and our dollar is shit.
Try your local Repco store and see if they can supply you with 5mm clevis pins,they will work.I just received a box of bearings from Noel's mate Charlie from the USA and postage was $65.00USD,used to be $35.00USD for a flat rate carton by USPS.

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Just use 5mm bolts!
I'm not sure my OCD will put up with that

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