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Flasher unit location 1974 Daytona T100R
#795161 01/08/20 11:50 am
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I am working on restoring a 1974 T100R Daytona. I want to find out the original mounting place for the spring that holds the flasher unit. Any help will be appreciated.

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Re: Flasher unit location 1974 Daytona T100R
Lucas57 #795164 01/08/20 1:32 pm
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I have a photo showing this but not sure how to upload it without a photo host, so a description. Assuming it's the same location as the 1972 Daytona look at the rear rubber mounted cross brace which supports the rear battery carrier mount. There should be a horizontal tab towards the primary side of the cross brace pointing to the rear of the bike, very close to the rubber mount. The mounting loop of the spring is bolted to that tab again with the spring pointing to the rear.


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Re: Flasher unit location 1974 Daytona T100R
Lucas57 #795283 01/10/20 3:15 am
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Lucas,
This is from a '71 Daytona, prior to tear down for resto...

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Rob

Attached Files T100R Daytona 027 (2).JPGT100R Daytona 026.JPG

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Re: Flasher unit location 1974 Daytona T100R
Lucas57 #795322 01/10/20 5:55 pm
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Picture looks the same for my '72 Daytona.

Re: Flasher unit location 1974 Daytona T100R
Lucas57 #795323 01/10/20 6:05 pm
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it looks like the flasher spring is
sharing the finned rectifier mount ?


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