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CB550 F2 wiring plate
« on: April 24, 2022, 12:36:39 AM »
Evening all, has anybody got a spare plate that holds all the electrics on behind the left hand side panel? 
The part number in the book is .....50330-390-000 Plate Electric Complete

I'm not bothered what the condition as its going to be used as a pattern or bastardised to suit what's being fitted. There are a few on the 'Bay of Fleas' but not fort hat money.

Even if you dont need it for a hit and I can make a pattern off it, that would be enormously helpful.

Anyone?................tumble weeds! ;)
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Re: CB550 F2 wiring plate
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2022, 01:13:13 AM »


Stand down, found one in Germany for a fiver plus post so bought it.  8)
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Re: CB550 F2 wiring plate
« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2022, 06:44:38 AM »
Tumble weeds?

It’s (was) the middle of the bloody night Roo!


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Re: CB550 F2 wiring plate
« Reply #3 on: April 24, 2022, 08:06:13 AM »


Stand down, found one in Germany for a fiver plus post so bought it.  8)

You should of waited til morning as i found at least 3 yesterday while looking for a tank latch spring. Which i could not find  :o


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Re: CB550 F2 wiring plate
« Reply #4 on: April 24, 2022, 11:08:31 AM »
Tumble weeds?

It’s (was) the middle of the bloody night Roo!


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I know I was purely setting the scene Steve. I wasn't all that hopeful after looking at the internet and seeingthe few on there. I thought a fiver was pretty good besidesits only going to get cut up and moved about to suit so the fairly shagged out one i got is more than suitable for what I need.

The tank spring, thats going to be a bit of a pig I should think!
Mornings are the invention of the devil!
1977 CB550F (new money pit!!)
2002 VFR800 VTEC
1977 CB400F (current money pit!)
1998 Ducati 748\853 conversion
1980 ish CB750KZ in a billion bits (need to get rid!!)

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Re: CB550 F2 wiring plate
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2022, 11:10:41 AM »


Stand down, found one in Germany for a fiver plus post so bought it.  8)

You should of waited til morning as i found at least 3 yesterday while looking for a tank latch spring. Which i could not find  :o

Ah well, thanks for having a look Trigg, really appreciate it buddy. If you do come accross one just grab it and I'll sort it with you, these seem particularly hard to find it appears!
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2002 VFR800 VTEC
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1998 Ducati 748\853 conversion
1980 ish CB750KZ in a billion bits (need to get rid!!)

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Re: CB550 F2 wiring plate
« Reply #6 on: April 24, 2022, 11:14:13 AM »
Tumble weeds?

It’s (was) the middle of the bloody night Roo!


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I fully understand the impatience when you need a part - it's part & parcel of the anxt of seeking parts on old bikes.
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