90 degree angle cable gear set, speedo and tach GU17768360

  • Part Number: 17768360
  • Manufactured by: Moto Guzzi
MG Cycle 36.80
$36.80

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90 degree angle cable drive gears, used on speedometer and tachometer on many Guzzi models 1979-2002. These angled cable drive gear sets are used when there is not enough clearance behind the instrument for a cable to make a gradual bend. Standard M16 x 1.0 thread pitch as used on lots of Italian motorcycles and scooters.  These are also handy for custom applications and can be used to gain about an inch when you find your cable is just a little short.

Used on Quota ES, Daytona RS, 1100 Sport carb, 1100 Sport injected, Quota 1000, Strada, SP III, Daytona 1000, California III injected, Califonia III fairing model, LeMans II, CX100, SP1000, LeMans 1000 (LeMans V) full fairing version , 1000S, V50 Monza, V65C, V65SP, 850 T5, 850 T5 series II,

Also used on Benelli 900 SEI

Note: these units will be damaged if excessive strain is put on them, so it is necessary to ensure that the cable is not pulled too tightly when the handlebars are turned to the stops left and right.

90 degree angle cable drive gears, used on speedometer and tachometer on many Guzzi models 1979-2002. These angled cable drive gear sets are used when there is not enough clearance behind the instrument for a cable to make a gradual bend. Standard M16 x 1.0 thread pitch as used on lots of Italian motorcycles and scooters.  These are also handy for custom applications and can be used to gain about an inch when you find your cable is just a little short.Used on Quota ES, Daytona RS, 1100 Sport carb, 1100 Sport injected, Quota 1000, Strada, SP III, Daytona 1000, California III injected, Califonia III fairing model, LeMans II, CX100, SP1000, LeMans 1000 (LeMans V) full fairing version , 1000S, V50 Monza, V65C, V65SP, 850 T5, 850 T5 series II, Also used on Benelli 900 SEI Note: these units will be damaged if excessive strain is put on them, so it is necessary to ensure that the cable is not pulled too tightly when the handlebars are turned to the stops left and right.

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