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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-02-2016, 12:36 AM Thread Starter
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Rear brake switch spring orientation

I am embarrassed to ask this.. I can't figure out the rear brake switch return spring and how it connects to that foot lever. the closest hole is way to close to connect it to even with the switch almost out of threads - the spring bends.

Anyone got a picture of the switch spring on rear brake lever?

I am sure this is something obvious and simple, but it alludes me 6 hours before I should get up for work

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Hope these help... went out to the shed and took a few pics, it's the best I could do lol
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Thank you!

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My spring was actually shorterer than yours by like 4-5 coils. Very odd, i had to make mine shorter to work.
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My spring was actually shorterer than yours by like 4-5 coils. Very odd, i had to make mine shorter to work.
I'm glad you got it sorted though

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