Kreidler MP2 1972 - 1975 part is broken

Hi, can you help me with finding this part? It goes in to the cylinder it is a decomp valve and some piece of thin steel part is broken and missing on the opposite side of the thread. Here is the picture:

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Re: Kreidler MP2 1972 - 1975 part is broken

Replace it with a bolt. Its really not needed and they're prone to leaking which can leave you stranded.

Re: Kreidler MP2 1972 - 1975 part is broken

Downhill Harvey (OFMC) /

https://www.1977mopeds.com/Sachs-Decompression-Valve-p/53.htm

Looks like they removed my review, this is for a Kreidler.

Re: Kreidler MP2 1972 - 1975 part is broken

> Downhill Harvey (OFMC) Wrote:

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> https://www.1977mopeds.com/Sachs-Decompression-Valve-p/53.htm

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> https://www.1977mopeds.com/v/vspfiles/photos/53-2.jpg

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> Looks like they removed my review, this is for a Kreidler.

Thanks a lot! can you tell me is this one will fit also? this one is a new part,

https://www.lucky2strokes.com/Sachs-504-505-Decompression-Valve-p/sachs-decomp-valve.htm

Re: Kreidler MP2 1972 - 1975 part is broken

Just in case you'd want to know, you can buy OEM parts from Kreidler in Germany.

This past winter I fixed up an MP-19. Had no trouble ordering every single part my heart desired, brand-new, from Kreidler. I looked up all the parts I needed on their website to get the part numbers. Then I emailed my list. They sent me a proforma invoice. I paid them with PayPal and 10 days later I had a big box of parts from Kreider. Easy peasy.

One of the parts I ordered was, by the way, a new decomp valve. It wasn't cheap at about $35 USD.

Prices for the most part weren't bad. One place here in the USA wanted to sell me a used engine side cover for $50. I bought a brand-new one from the factory for $40. Granted I paid the steep German tax and shipping but it was still worthwhile as I ordered quite a pile of parts.

https://www.kreidlerdienst.de/de/(edited)

Re: Kreidler MP2 1972 - 1975 part is broken

thanks for the info, I found everything on their site in Germany!

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