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I’m not sure where most members are, I’m in the uk and currently have a 1970 ht1 90cc that was imported from the USA many years ago. This site already been really useful with a workshop manual and I hope the few niggles I have with the bike can be worked out.
I’m still after a few parts like switchgear

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 from near Salisbury, UK Kev.

The forum is US based, with most members located there. However, there a quite a few UK members, with others from mainland Europe and Australia/New Zealand.

If you haven't done so already, check out the CMSNL and Partzilla websites. Click on a part, scroll down and they will show all models which used that part.
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Replied by AirborneSilva on topic Hi guys!

Superkev, I may have a front fender stay that fits your bike. If you measure from where it bolts to the fork and then to the fender I can check to see if it will fit your bike. Was supposed to fit my DT2 but of course the ebay seller mislabeled it so it's too short.
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1976 DT400C
1981 DT175H
1972 DT2 250
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Replied by Gr8uncleal on topic Hi guys!

Morning Tony.

If your stay is from an AT, then I'm not sure it will fit the HT (CMSNL shows only the LT as sharing the same part). HOWEVER, if it is what Kev needs, then it might save a few quid on postage if you pop it in the package that you'll (hopefully!) be sending to me, and then I can forward to Kev. 
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Replied by RT325 on topic Hi guys!

Welcome from NZ. Great little bikes those HT1's. Son roadraced mine a few years ago lol but that's another story. & yet another nother story--we had a new demonstrator HT1 from the importer in 1970 who supplied a full blown racekit with it, so the Boss went & raced it in a Hair Scramble--[long distance mx] & upset a lot of the bigger bikes haha. Man that was a fun event. & believe me it "really turned on fast". My recent one was pulled out of overgrown greenery against a damp embankment but with a bit of trickery she went just like i remembered when new.
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Replied by AirborneSilva on topic Hi guys!

Good morning Alan I'm not sure what bike it's from, the seller had it as fitting a DT2 but it's too short (story of my life

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), so I'm thinking it fits a much smaller bike.  If it is the right size I'll be happy to include it in with your things, would only make sense! 
2023 Tenere T7
1976 DT400C
1981 DT175H
1972 DT2 250
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Replied by AirborneSilva on topic Hi guys!

Always enjoy reading your stories Morley!
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Replied by DT-Steve985 on topic Hi guys!

Welcome from Wiltshire, UK, there are you super helpful people on this forum, always on hand to help out whenever needed. 
I needed the wiring loom and switch gear for mine and through Alan and Tony it was sourced and distributed from the US. 
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Replied by AirborneSilva on topic Hi guys!

Good morning Steve, always happy to help out, especially a fellow soldier!
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Replied by Gr8uncleal on topic Hi guys!

"I’m still after a few parts like switchgear"

That might be quite a rare part - early style, but with indicator switch.

That looks like a 1969 model rear light - have you checked the frame and engine numbers against those in the VIN tables (see top toolbar) to confirm?

Tony, I was wondering if maybe the difference between the AT and HT/LT stays is that AT is chrome and the HT/LTs are painted silver? 

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