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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-28-2013, 03:58 AM Thread Starter
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rubber bits for classic Italian bikes

Just came across this company who deal in rubber bits for classic Italian bikes, including MVs. (may have been posted before)

http://www.startgomma.com
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Good Russ,more rubber sites.
I'm trying to get replacement rubber for the sport, the rubber ring that goes on the fairing/headlight. Can't find the same type, and looked everywhere . Got one off bevel rubber but not the same,width is to small
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Awesome spot Russ - thanks for that - am loving those Pullman runners with the 'emmevi' insignia.

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Excellent find, thanks!
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Just had some more info re rubber bits from Erik

The original supplier of old italian rubber parts is years ago sold to Ariette, and Ariette started some 10 years ago the production of the classic rubber parts.
http://www.oldmodels.it
You can order these parts at every Ariette dealer around the globe.
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