Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!

Richard /
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I did a continuity test from the terminal block to the lightbulb and it checked out fine. I'll take your advice and check the voltage too. I never thought to do that.

Thanks. Now I have another route to try.

If I have to pull off the flywheel, I can make a bracket for my puller with no problem. I noticed that there are four smaller (5mm) threaded holes around the flywheel. Is this where I would mount the puller bracket. I REALLY don't want to bend or break anything here!!!

I have also thought about getting the light coils rewound to convert to a 12V system. I know a place nearby that can do this for me. Does this sound wise?

Richard

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  Batavus lights...don't!!!Topic by: Richard Richard 06/13/01 09:35AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/13/01 10:57AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Miniengine Miniengine 06/13/01 11:22AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Richard Richard 06/13/01 11:39AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: JJ Slayback JJ Slayback 06/13/01 06:41PM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/13/01 08:25PM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: J.J.Slayback J.J.Slayback 06/13/01 09:54PM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/14/01 10:14AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Richard Richard 06/14/01 10:04AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: J.J. Slayback J.J. Slayback 06/14/01 03:23PM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Shmiver Shmiver 06/14/01 06:33PM

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