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Spare parts for 850 mk3 handlebar switches

Discussion in 'Norton Commando Motorcycles (Classic)' started by johnny Lagdon, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. johnny Lagdon

    johnny Lagdon

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    does anyone know a source of spare parts for Lucas switches fitted to 75 Mk3's? Looking for the tiny fiddly bits, springs, contacts etc.
    Thanks
     
  2. brian4.2

    brian4.2 VIP MEMBER

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  3. p400

    p400 VIP MEMBER

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    Anyone have the Lucas numbers for these complete 1975 Lucas switch assemblies?


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  4. p400

    p400 VIP MEMBER

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    Norton numbers for Lucas switches

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  5. Deets55

    Deets55 VIP MEMBER

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    I don’t think they are available anymore. There are repos that are used on older Triumphs that are similar and are sold as Norton replacements. Look at Fast Eddies Triumph he is selling, appears to be the same switchs. Not all, if any, of the inner parts are interchangeable between the older and newer repos.
    Pete
     
  6. mdt-son

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    Reproductions by Sparx is your only option if you want new switch clusters and insist on maintaining the appearance of originality. CnW sacrified original looks and offers japanese switches. Combined non-stock switch clusters and the master cylinder requires careful investigations and a good deal of luck. Please keep us posted if you go that route.

    -Knut
     
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  7. johnny Lagdon

    johnny Lagdon

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    I had a look at their site, seems to show parts for the earlier ones..
     
  8. Stephen Hill

    Stephen Hill

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    I have never done this myself, but friends have bought Sparx units and transferred the switches into the original Lucas alloy bodies without any difficulties.

    Stephen Hill
     
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