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Offline benebob

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Source for starter brushes or rebuild kit
« on: July 10, 2018, 06:26:33 PM »
Anybody know of a good reasonable priced source for brushes for the craptastic starter Triumph sourced?  Mine is continuing to not start when hot.  Not a battery issue as the tested good one was replaced by my local starter shop under "warranty" and it still won't turn over when hot.  I'll be damned if I'll give Triumph insane for another poor product that isn't up to a reasonable life span.  All I'm seeing is brush kits for roughly $100 shipped which is simply insane prices on something that should be $20.


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Re: Source for starter brushes or rebuild kit
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2018, 06:35:21 PM »
I take it you've seen this post from a couple of years back?

*Originally Posted by Tikru [+]
Hi,
according to the German forum you need to order the following parts:
Denso 028512-5470 isolator x1
Denso 028530-5302 holder x1
Denso 028530-5312 brush x2

www.al-electric.de

Key the numbers into the "Nach nummer" window, "Suche"=find
"Warenkorb"=cart
"Aktualisieren"=update

Parts 24,06 euros, delivery by DHL to "Neuseeland" 40,40

I am interested in this because i have 2011 Roadie 58 k on the clock, no problems so far.
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Re: Source for starter brushes or rebuild kit
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2018, 07:05:26 PM »
$100 for the same parts made by the same company that fails in 36k is simply something I'm not willing to pay for (let alone the cost to have them installed on top of that).  For that price I'd buy a Ricks electric starter made in China which is probably better quality anyways.  Looking for a place that charges a reasonable price for brushes, not 12x cost.  Beginning to realize Triumph is sourcing parts worse than anything Lucas made on a Friday afternoon. 

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Re: Source for starter brushes or rebuild kit
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2019, 08:28:54 PM »
Hello all, well the Tiger has been sold before I fixed the starter so I have a brush kit for sale if anyone is interested in doing the work themselves.  It's posted up in the FS section, here is the link.

https://www.tiger800.co.uk/index.php?topic=25873.msg284637#msg284637








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