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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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1965 Tiger 90 - Rear Brake Pedal Spindle

Hello All! I’ve been trying to source missing parts for my T90 build. The one item that is causing me a headache is the rear brake pedal spindle. The part number in my parts catalogue is F4284. Sometime ago I bought a second hand item but subsequently found that the threaded length was too short to allow it to protrude through the frame lug to fit a nut and spring washer. Thinking I had bought an incorrect item I continued my search. This week I found that TriCorAndy sell the correct item. I purchased the spindle but have found it’s the same as the one purchased previously!!!! Anyone had similar issues? I’ve attached a picture from my parts catalogue, the item ref is 44, and1965 Tiger 90 - Rear Brake Pedal Spindle-204f0ab8-f533-4d24-a70a-ff181129f9af_1566420736127.jpgClick image for larger version

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 06:04 PM
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Googling the part number comes up with this;

http://www.mapcycle.com/uncategorize...4-spindle.html

Difficult to scale from your pics but the short side might be long enough for the spring washer and nut?
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post #3 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-22-2019, 03:56 AM Thread Starter
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Many thanks for your reply and link! Yes that item looks to have a longer threaded length and would likely have room for a nut and washer! It does look quite a bit different to the item supplied by TriCorAndy! I’ll give them a ring this morning to try and find out why there’s a difference!
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-22-2019, 01:15 PM
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Hi there,
I think the problem may be that you have been sent later part 82-7706 instead as TriCor Andy apparently has both 82-4284 and 82-7706 part numbers available. Why not contact him and query the order? You need the one he describes as "Brake pedal pivot CEI" (i.e. with a CEI thread) which should have the longer spindle thread to go through the frame lug.

Just for information, after 1966 the rear frame was redesigned and strengthened and with a different mounting method for the swinging arm spindle using side plates welded on the frame tube. It's on the left hand side plate that the spindle is bolted through instead of the lug yours has. It uses the different part number 82-7706 as this only has to go through the side plate thickness (about 1/4") and thus only needs a shorter thread (note: also changed to UNF thread).

You don't show your location, but part 82-4284 does seem to be available from some suppliers such as Baxter Cycle in the US.

Hope that helps!

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Ah ha! Thanks for that! That’s interesting to hear, I called Tricor-Andy today but was asked to call back next week to speak to Andy directly as he’s away on holiday! I’ll mention the details you have kindly supplied and hopefully will be able to exchange it for the correct spindle!
Many many thanks for your reply! Glad I asked the question hear!
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I’m in West Sussex UK, by the way!
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Im in West Sussex UK, by the way!
If you enter your location and bike details in your profile it'll help should you have any other queries. The forum will know roughly where you are and what bike you're working on without you having to post the information each time.
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We’ll it looks like i’m going to have to make one up! After being fobbed off a number of times by TriCor Andy and being asked to call back again and again, I finally spoke to Andy, it seems that the items 72-7706 and 82-4284 on their shelf have the same thread length. Andy promised to look into it for me the next day but yet again I had no response. First and last time I shall use them.
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Andy has called back to confirm that the items he holds on the shelf are too short. He’s going to try and find a pattern to get a correct part made!
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Andy has called back to confirm that the items he holds on the shelf are too short. Hes going to try and find a pattern to get a correct part made!
Then maybe order one from a US supplier and for a contribution from Andy let him copy it?
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