Speedometer Cable RMS for
l 943 mm/ 921 mm
connection: u 2,7mm, d 2,7mm
Speedometer Cables connect speedometer and speedometer drive gear, making sure your speedomter shows the correct speed.
We've named the speedometer cables after the vehicle models in which they were originally installed. Often there will be neither original speedo drive gear nor speedometer in a 40 year old Vespa. In order the select the correct speedometer cable for your model, noting the size of the four cornered speedo drive gear, 1.9 mm or 2.7. mm, and also the connection to the speedometer are of upmost importance. This can be either bolt-on, plugged on or clipped on.
To avoid confusion while ordering we list the lengths of the internal drive as well as the outer casing (including fixing nut) for all of the speedometer cables we stock.
We recommend before placing your order to check the dimensions of the four cornered cable of the existing speedo cable and the type of connection.
SIP-TIP: If your speedometer needle shivers often, it usually has a simple cause. The inner cable core of the speedo cable gets stuck a bit and is freed through the continual turning movement. Pay attention to the degree the speedo cable is bent in the steering head and on handle bar and make sure it is not too tight.
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