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Topic-icon Sourcing for R90/6 Handlebar Switches

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5 months 6 days ago - 5 months 5 days ago #5687 by Oldskool
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Hi, new member here working on a R90/6 restoration. Two things I’m looking for at the moment (I’m sure there will be many more) are some good condition later model [late 1975, 1976] version handlebar switches, both left and right. Part numbers 61311243248 (left) and 61311243246 (right). Seems none of the vintage parts dealers have these available, so the search is on. Any suggestions? Thanks!!!
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5 months 6 days ago #5688 by Wobbly
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Oldskool wrote: Any suggestions? Thanks!!!

Yes, a year model might be helpful.

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5 months 6 days ago #5689 by Oldskool
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Good suggestion. It was produced in August of 1975 so it’s got the later version switches. High bars.

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2 months 2 weeks ago #5900 by mikethebike
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I think S.Meyer Gmbh in Germany has them listed, well they did about a month ago.
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