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Old 12-09-2012, 03:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lighting mods supplier in Germany?

A few months or maybe a year or so ago I was recommended a parts supplier in Germany that does a great range of custom parts for Bonneville/Scrambler - namely lights and indicators in my case. But for the life of me I can't remember their name. Something *-rasch or similar?

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RAASK ring a bell?

http://www.raask.se/ind-eng.htm

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Cheers Forchetto but it wasn't them. It was either Germany or Austria. I remember that he did not have online ordering and you had to list the items from his website and drop him a mail and he would mail back with a delivered price?
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There's a guy who runs a shop, called raisch bike in rheda-wiedenbrück.

http://www.classicbike-raisch.de/

But he sold me a rim with a manufacturers defect... So maybe that is the guy, but I don't recommend him.




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There's a guy who runs a shop, called raisch bike in rheda-wiedenbrück.

http://www.classicbike-raisch.de/

But he sold me a rim with a manufacturers defect... So maybe that is the guy, but I don't recommend him.




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I think you had bad luck Sequil.
He has a good rep and is knowledgeable.
But maybe he does not check every item delivered to him by the manufacturers.
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I think you had bad luck Sequil.
He has a good rep and is knowledgeable.
But maybe he does not check every item delivered to him by the manufacturers.
I must also have had a bit of bad luck with his customer service and attitude, then. YMMV, though.

If you want a good selection of lighting mods in the EU, then there are several very good Italian sites, such as http://bestforbritts.com/lang_en/
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Best for Brits are good to deal with to. In my experience, anyway
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It is Raisch you mean - I've never had problems with him. If it's lights and stuff you're after, you could also check out PJs Fibreglass near Derby. He has quite a good selection, but does like to throw an apostrophe or 2 around..
http://www.pjglassfibre.com/ShowCate...D=Indicators-5
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Cheers all for the suggestions. In the end I found the indicators I was after in the UK at www.BikerMart.co.uk. I did also get some bits from PJ's and a few more bits for the project from www.triumph-online.co.uk.

The Christmas project (if I don't have enough already!) is to dump the existing indicators and the rear light. Rear will be an alloy Lucas type affair and the indi's will be the stubby version of these....



They were originally spotted on the Raisch site a while back but my source is in the UK and is slightly cheaper anyway.
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