squirrel
Tuesday, June 26, 2007 10:19:48 PM
Looking for information on where I can locate the springs that are added to the hydraulic brake rams on the cable drive by Chance for the older model Zippers. Got plenty of cylinders for the ride, but need replacement springs for inside the cylinders, etc...

Thanks again --
tara Montebello
Wednesday, June 27, 2007 12:41:15 AM
I may not know everything but my best bet would be to ask BSAMIKE[;)] GOOD LUCK
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squirrel
Wednesday, June 27, 2007 3:23:38 AM
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I may not know everything but my best bet would be to ask BSAMIKE[;)] GOOD LUCK



Mike's show operates a newer style Zipper with the electric cable drive. Those brake systems are internal to the drive motors. Thanks for the input tho --
BSA Mike
Wednesday, June 27, 2007 3:46:15 AM
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Originally posted by tara Montebello

I may not know everything but my best bet would be to ask BSAMIKE[;)] GOOD LUCK



Mike's show operates a newer style Zipper with the electric cable drive. Those brake systems are internal to the drive motors. Thanks for the input tho --



aye what he said
squirrel
Wednesday, June 27, 2007 4:32:37 AM
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Mike's show operates a newer style Zipper with the electric cable drive. Those brake systems are internal to the drive motors. Thanks for the input tho --



aye what he said



Props on yer Zipper rehab too, bro -- mine's coming this winter...
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Wednesday, June 27, 2007 1:15:14 PM
Try www.leesprings.com  I have found several odd springs there over the years. Have a caliper or micrometer ready as you may have to do some measuring.
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BSA Mike
Wednesday, June 27, 2007 1:30:12 PM
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Mike's show operates a newer style Zipper with the electric cable drive. Those brake systems are internal to the drive motors. Thanks for the input tho --



aye what he said



Props on yer Zipper rehab too, bro -- mine's coming this winter...



thanks bro, we busted our asses on that thing and it was well worth it...everyone thinks its a brand new ride.
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