Indicator thumb shifter

Discussion in '2012+ CRF250L General Discussion' started by Firefly, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. Firefly

    Firefly New Member

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    Recent spill on a very greasy concrete bottomed ford crossing...…...got picked up and the direction indicator thumb shifter was gone, the stub not even bent.
    Short of paying £130 for a new switch (not happening....!) or sticking a wine cork on it (please not another 14% Shiraz....) has anyone got one lying around...….long shot I know.
    Cheers....hic...!
     
  2. Schnatterinchen

    Schnatterinchen Member

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  3. Thai Guy

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    BikerBitz is very reputable...prices are a bit high for me, but these bikes are all built here...maybe I should make some contacts in Honda? Start my own supply company?
     
  4. Schnatterinchen

    Schnatterinchen Member

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    Well, let's take the cam chain tensioner for example.

    14520KZZ901 is the parts number.
    Prices are in...
    ...Germany 107,25 EUR + 4,99 shipping
    ...USA 44,35 Dollar (24,39 EUR) + shipping
    ...England GBP 23,95 (via PayPal roughly 28 EUR) including shipping
    ...Thailand (Bikers Biz) 22,26 EUR including shipping.

    The price at Moto TH is 826 THB.
     
  5. Thai Guy

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    Nice! Moto TH is a good supplier for OEM parts. That said...looks like I can simply modify the original with a bolt and double nut set. Not a cool looking billet piece...haha.