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  1. #1 167fmm neutral sensor 
    Senior C-Moto Guru axa's Avatar
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    can someone link me to a cheap reseller. one preferably doing business in the US.
    These prove hard to find.

    that said, I still can't find a source for the 153 x 5 push rods.
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  2. #2 Re: 167fmm neutral sensor 
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    LAST option ?! http://chinariders.net/showthread.php?t=14466
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    Which type?

    Al | Stainless | Steel
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    Stainless (SOLID, not the hollow 1 ... ) is ~$1 /pair in motherland http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=45346844269
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  3. #3 Re: 167fmm neutral sensor 
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    so whats that link? i dont have a china riders account... nor do i see myself signing up?

    funny how none of this is available in the US
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    Quote Originally Posted by axa View Post
    so whats that link? i dont have a china riders account... nor do i see myself signing up?

    funny how none of this is available in the US
    Humanbeing goes to a lot of time and effort to post stuff like this be a bit more grateful dude and say thanks
    Not so funny when you think about your bike is made in China !
    Sounds like your pissing in the wind now
    Well good luck and thank you Humanbeing for all the help you have passed on to people on this forum .
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    Quote Originally Posted by prince666 View Post
    Humanbeing goes to a lot of time and effort to post stuff like this be a bit more grateful dude and say thanks
    Not so funny when you think about your bike is made in China !
    Sounds like your pissing in the wind now
    Well good luck and thank you Humanbeing for all the help you have passed on to people on this forum .
    what a useless post
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  6. #6 Re: 167fmm neutral sensor 
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    Quote Originally Posted by axa View Post
    what a useless post
    Just your opinion I am sure other people may view it differently.

    Nuff Said
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