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Other Bikes and Scooters => Bike Fettlers Shed => Topic started by: cosybike on September 08, 2011, 20:15:53



Title: Brake pad identification - What bike might these be from??
Post by: cosybike on September 08, 2011, 20:15:53
The cosybike needs new brake pads.  Obviously no one knows what a conference bike is and I'm not having much luck with online databases and typing in the lucas codes.

Anyone got any ideas to narrow it down.  Here they are  MCB 695,   60988,  CUC-49-GF

The winner gets to glow in their own specialness.

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Title: Re: Brake pad identification - What bike might these be from??
Post by: Dave Milnes on September 08, 2011, 20:25:39
FA255 30.5 x 49 x 7.0mm
PIAGGIO
Sfera RST 50 95-97 F
Sfera 125 95-97 F
or
FA260 35.86 x 49 x 7.0mm
Vespa ET2 50 97-05 F
Vespa ET4 50 (Grimeca caliper) 00-04 F
Vespa ET4 125 96-99 F
Vespa ET4 125/150 99-05 F
Vespa ET4 (Heng Tong Caliper) 00-04 F
LX 50 (2T&4T) 05-07 F
LXV 50 07 F
LX 125/150 (4T) 05-07 F
LXV 125 07 F
or
FA282R 31.25 x 35.85 x 5.12mm
HYOSUNG
TE 50 05-07 R
TE 90 05-07 R
TE 100 05-07 R

These are the only 3 pads that are that shape in the EBC catalogue. Check the dimensions against those given and see if any are a match, if not your best bet is Chinese Scooter Parts Ebay Shop.


Title: Re: Brake pad identification - What bike might these be from??
Post by: cosybike on September 09, 2011, 20:02:38
You're the winner!  Thanks Dave.

Turned out my mechanic had them in the shop!  My shotgun approach to sourcing for a monday 0730 deadline worked though! We can all relax now.