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Thanks for the pics, Ike! Very much appreciated.I also am annoyed with how far they stick out, and am happy to see your headset - that's what I have in mind.LOVE your lunch box covers, BTW. I've shown the pics to my Dad (who is also a woodworker) and they inspired him to make some covers for my boxes! Right now we're talking about wood vs plexi on the router.Willd - Have you upgr
Hey all - anyone upgraded the blinkers on your Vespa Grande?I'd love to see pics!
That bumper goes to a Vespa P-series scooter, not a moped.I'll take it if you're going to throw it away...happy to pay shipping!shoot me a pm
I will check with Myrons!This is what I'm most curious about finding:
Or are these an easily replaced bulb?
My Grande project was purchased complete except for a front fork or fender.I have purchased a replacement triple tree, and have a set of used fork legs on the way.Looking at pictures I realized I'm going to have to purchase the hardware to attach the fork legs - looks like 2 big bolts on the tops of the forks where they mount to the triple tree, and then bolts of some kind to attach the front
One of the 3 posts broke off my headlight.1. I'm assuming its okay to solder a post back onto the light?2. Where would I locate a new post to solder on...maybe like a True Value?
My 25 Grande has yellow paint on the cylinder...
From the wiki page:Grande also came in 20, 25, and 30 MPH versions, easily determined by the black and white sticker found on the right side of the sub frame with the side cover off stating 20, 25, or 30. Other parts for each version had MPH identifications in the respective part numbers.Mine is a 25. I'm curious if anyone knows what physical differences exist between the 3 versions?
Planning to drain it then fill her back up after the rear wheel is separate.Thanks!
UGP ships fast and packages with care.Thank you sir!
So I had a 79 Vespa Grande upside down to clean the road grime off the bottom of the bike.It was upside down for maybe 4 days?Gear oil from the rear hub leaked out. The rear wheel is still totally gunked up and I cant clearly see -Is there some kind of breather tube on the rear hub?
> Trent Anderson Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> Do EBR forks give you a smoother ride or a stiffer ride?>> Other than replacing forks that are bent or broken, why change them?Um....did you see the picture of my project?It was purchased missing the front fork.
I found this on eBay, around $6 shipped from Spain. Getting it in white for my new seat cover : )https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sticker-Sticker-Vinyl-Motorbike-Piaggio-Autocollant-Aufkleber/264521718316?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
And what about a Piaggio decal for the seat? Anywhere? Anyone?
Could have sworn I saw these for sale somewhere, but then when I went searching ready to buy, poof gone.Can anyone point me in the right direction??
Want to buy front fork -or- fork legs for 1978 Vespa GrandePlease respond with pics and/or priceCash in hand!
I did put up a post about the legs - I'll try again.Please let me know if your uncle is interested in selling!!
Project was purchased as pictured - complete except for the front fork and fender.I have a fender and triple tree on the way, so now the fork is the only missing piece of the pie. Treatland told me the complete fork was the only option - that I couldn't just buy a leg set to re-assemble the original triple tree with...that's what I was originally hoping to do.Could you link to the fork
Confirming with Treatland that I have the right fork in mind,;Looking for someone who has put an EBR front fork on their Vespa Grande.I'm finding basically no info about doing this and would love to find someone with the experience.Help!
I also own a Passport. Super dependable, comfortable ride. Love it.Take it for a 10-15 minute ride before attempting to change the oil. The increase in temperature will lower the viscosity of the oil, making it easier to remove.As it's the first time you've changed the oil, you might consider changing it a 2nd time in a week or so - this will allow whatever gunk might not have been ge
In search of:Vespa Grande front fork legsBlue would be best but I will take any color :)Anybody have any for sale?
Looking for both covers for the side boxes.I have the brackets that attach the headlamp to the fork, but thank you for the offer!
> pat splat Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> https://www.doscycles.com/products/forks?_pos=1&_sid=132e65578&_ss=r&variant=6633423620>> maybe, there is a sale till tomorrow.Thank you for the link!I'd like to use the original triple tree from the Vespa (Love the Piaggio emblem on the nut)...will I be able to disassemble this Peugeot uni
> Ľ̷̝̽͒i̶̛̼͑͠ȁ̸̧̛̽m̵̻̟̯̀̅ ̷͎̙̽̊F̶̲̺͑̓ F Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I have an extra fender you can buy, I think its that blue color as well.> As far as forks, hit up the buy/sell forum for someone selling the stock> ones, they are very nice stockAny chance you could post a pic? I'm finding blue fenders but most are extremely faded and/or gr
Beginning work on a Vespa Grande. Was complete except for the front fork and fender.Question about the front fork, as it looks like I've located the triple tree:- does anyone know what size the shocks that make up the legs of the fork are?- or where said shocks might be for sale?Not looking to spend hundreds of dollars on a new front fork assembly. I know they're out there but I'