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I recall that one having a spigot cast into the cylinder that the pipe slips over and it seals with a couple of orings.

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2 minutes ago, ossagp1 said:

I recall that one having a spigot cast into the cylinder that the pipe slips over and it seals with a couple of orings.

Where would you get one of those? 
thanks a lot!

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The orings on that one slip into the pipe before it goes over the spigot. Is it the orings you need or a metal part? 

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47 minutes ago, ossagp1 said:

The orings on that one slip into the pipe before it goes over the spigot. Is it the orings you need or a metal part? 

Metal part

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Whole cylinder. Lots of them around needing replating. Is yours just worn?

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1 minute ago, ossagp1 said:

Whole cylinder. Lots of them around needing replating. Is yours just worn?

It’s not even there. I’m sure it got broken off and they just made it work to sell it. 

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I probably have one you could get replated. The only fresh one I have has been bored and replated to take a 58 mm piston, which you have to grind d or mill the case out to fit it.  

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Just now, ossagp1 said:

I probably have one you could get replated. The only fresh one I have has been bored and replated to take a 58 mm piston, which you have to grind d or mill the case out to fit it.  

How much for the one that needs replated 

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I can look for one tomorrow. Postal is like 12$ and I would take 30 on top of that for a bare one.

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Ossa is much cheaper than a complete new OEM or even an Athena kit.

I would jump on that. Best make sure you have the right year bike, can you post a photo

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