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Old 02-13-2008, 09:08 AM
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Default Exhaust springs needed.



Length of the springs is not critical, because I am welding the wire stays in possition and they can be adjusted prior.

Anyone have an idea where I can procure the springs locally?

I've contacted Jardine, and they want a small fortune for the little jewels, I'd like to pick them up locally so I can have them quicker and get them in place this week so I can hear what the bike is gonna sound like with the Jardine.


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Old 02-13-2008, 10:45 AM
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Default Re: Exhaust springs needed.

You might want to try CycleGear.
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Default Re: Exhaust springs needed.

Try Lowes, Home Depot, or ACE Hardware??? Or autoparts stores???
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Default Re: Exhaust springs needed.

cycle gear has them, look in the dirtbike section with the exaust hanges, almost all 2 strokes use springs to hold the headers on.
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Default Re: Exhaust springs needed.

I think I still have some from a Hindle system that are new. You need me to check still?

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Old 02-18-2008, 12:14 AM
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Default Re: Exhaust springs needed.

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I think I still have some from a Hindle system that are new. You need me to check still?

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I got some from Cycle gear.


Thanks though.


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