Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip now going on ebay

Post by Bertie_Mollie » Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:49 am

Part A is the clip.

It clips into the groove on the end of the spindle and stops the nut coming undone.

It is another part which is different to the KR1S.

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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip now going on ebay

Post by podman » Sun Mar 04, 2018 11:47 am

martin wrote:
Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:23 am
Seems only me and Bertie mollie know what this part is

Prob because not many kr1,about and mostly kr1s
You did say it was a super rare part Martin, so maybe its not that surprising that people queried it, it no longer surprises me that you cant communicate with adults before sulking again but there ya go. Maybe best stick to eBay in future and limit your activity on the forum just to reading the posts..

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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by SP_BOTT » Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:26 pm

I'd be interested depending on price Martin, PM me please

I would guess most are missing because the spindles been mashed with a hammer to remove it :lol: or at least mine has been, small and easy to loose is another guess.

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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by martin » Sun Mar 04, 2018 4:03 pm

Well said podman

Oh, and there is no one sulking here, so feel free to carry on being your usual
Childish self, and no, I won't answer any more stupid responses from you
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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by kopite30 » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:54 pm

Martin how many do you have b & much please b

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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by Garry » Tue Mar 06, 2018 1:04 pm

I have always used a large R clip in the spindle groove

Excuse the state of the nut and adjuster :P - this bike is due for an overhaul later this year.

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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by martin » Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:59 am

I have a few kopite 30
The price on here would always be forum rates for forum members.!
But like when I was selling the keys. I was accused of making a fast buck!
this forum has changed. And it has changed for the worse.

This forum needs to go back to how it was,
When members helped each other
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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by c&c » Fri Mar 16, 2018 11:24 pm

Not good for a niche forum to have guys going at each other..
I'm on a couple of popular forums and " in house" prices are well on the up...
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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by James P » Sat Mar 17, 2018 5:27 am

The rear axle nut thread is M16x1.5 isn't it (I haven't got mine on hand to confirm)??

If so, and you can't get hold of one of these special clips, you could try using a Lambretta engine pivot shaft nut. These are shallow M16x1.5 Nylock nuts (about 12mm tall in total), so shouldn't come off if they happen to work loose somehow.
The nut is plainly visible on the end of the pivot shaft on this page: https://www.scooterhelp.com/tips/engine ... .drop.html (next to the carb).
If you want to try one of these, make sure they are the genuine type (or a faithful copy) - some aftermarket ones are taller than the originals.

Alternatively, I'm sure that there will be some of those all-metal self-locking nuts available in the correct size from one or more of the Japanese bike makers.

I'm not sure how many clips Martin has available. If his stock quickly runs out, I daresay the part could be remade - the cost may not be justifiable though :roll: .

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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by martin » Tue Mar 27, 2018 6:22 am

It seems that this happens often with a certaian person. I don't know why as I have never met him. But their seems to be a problem with him. I have a idea why he is the way he is
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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by James P » Wed Apr 04, 2018 11:58 am

martin wrote:
Tue Mar 27, 2018 6:22 am
It seems that this happens often with a certaian person. I don't know why as I have never met him. But their seems to be a problem with him. I have a idea why he is the way he is
Martin,

Since your comments were made directly underneath my post, are you possibly referring to me...? What exactly do you mean when you say "this happens"?

I realise that a person's mood/tone/intention can be misinterpreted in their written words, so I'd just like to say that I am not attempting to have a go at you (nor was I in my previous post) - I'd genuinely like to know what you meant by your comments.

I would also like to agree with the comment made by c&c on 17 March; "Not good for a niche forum to have guys going at each other.."

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Re: Kr1 b1/b2 Rear wheel clip

Post by martin » Thu Apr 05, 2018 1:16 am

Not you James. Not sure why you thought I meant you.
But deffinatly not you.
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