Re: columbia commuter

Mike (MA) /
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Hi Ryan,

I just rebuilt my Sachs too. Another source for parts in Handy Bikes in Ohio. Do a google search for "Handy Bikes". Their webpage is slim, but they have a great selection of Sachs parts at great prices. They used to be the US distributor for Sachs.

You might open up the engine/trans before ordering parts.. my rings were fine, so all I really needed were gaskets (order a complete gasket set for $14) and an plastic oil-plug. I also had to get the plastic side-panels for the bike, a few switches, tires/tubes, etc.

Good luck w/ it. Mike bartell (mbartell) posts alot on this forum, and he's just redone his Sachs too. He was a big help to me when I was doing mine.

-Mike

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  columbia commuterTopic by: Ryan Ryan 10/16/01 10:53PM
  Re: columbia commuterRe: Doug D. Doug D. 10/16/01 11:11PM
  Re: columbia commuterRe: Mike (MA) Mike (MA) 10/17/01 10:52AM
  Re: columbia commuterRe: mbartell mbartell 10/17/01 12:42PM
  Re: columbia commuterRe: mbartell mbartell 10/18/01 02:21PM

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