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old kickstart rubber needed #732243
04/17/18 11:01 pm
04/17/18 11:01 pm
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Smackinthemiddle, NJ
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Looking for a tatty, worn kickstart rubber for a 50s velo MAC. Bike is too ugly for a new one! I would like a worn one, to fit in with its old look.

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mike (in NJ)

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Re: old kickstart rubber needed [Re: rocketscientist] #732283
04/18/18 10:22 am
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Well if it's THAT 'steam-punk' just wind some insulation tape around it.
(I may have one somewhere though).

Re: old kickstart rubber needed [Re: rocketscientist] #732349
04/18/18 9:16 pm
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I doubt you would be able to get one off a shaft without having it crack. If someone managed to accomplish that it would probably break when you try to push it over the knob on the end of your shaft. It's hard to get new ones on without having them break. Get a new one and use the bike, it will look well worn in no time.


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Re: old kickstart rubber needed [Re: rocketscientist] #732357
04/18/18 11:10 pm
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Got fed up with buying repro KS rubber for the venom .They split and explode after a few kicks.So put on a piece of gates hose about 7 years ago- saved about 150 bucks so far.


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