Super Cub 125 - what will you do to yours?

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by JerseyBiker, Jun 27, 2018.

  1. DaBinChe

    DaBinChe Long timer

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    I did the search and saw no part numbers or where to get them except for: I got it form a dude on face book. I don't do facebook. Check WeBike and not there.
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  2. shiz

    shiz n00b

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    I don't think it's an OEM part. unfortunately )
    OK. Thanks for the advice )
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  3. TisButAScratch

    TisButAScratch n00b

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    What a difference a year makes!
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  4. Baldybiker

    Baldybiker n00b

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  5. northumbrian

    northumbrian Adventurer

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    Not a fan of the cheap feeling key fobs and no kickstart.....
    Mine has been in the dealer 4 times a total of 9 weeks due to the battery going flat after 4 days...
    ( it won’t bump start , you cannot undo the steering lock with a flat battery.....)
    It’s had,
    New battery,
    New ECU,
    New ignition switch assy,
    Anyhows, I have it back now, not without issues,
    One of the new fobs will switch the alarm on and off, but won’t unlock the steering lock or start the bike,
    They managed to scratch the paint on the rear mudguard, just behind the seat, touched it in by hand and didn’t tell me.... jeez
    But..... I love the little bike, and back to the original post, I have a rear rack and want a wicker picnic basket to put on it (for shopping or a 1/2 gall of fuel for those longer runs)
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  6. Baldybiker

    Baldybiker n00b

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    Sounds like you've been particularly unlucky northumbrian.
    Here is what I have done to mine, although the basket has now been removed as it's deceptively small and my knees do touch it. It doesn't make it uncomfortable but if I wanted, at any time, to tuck them in I couldn't (30' inside leg as well). I haven't been able to source an over the front mudguard rack for this model. Still here's what I've done, things may change, I'd like larger panniers for longer trips. Be under no illusion, I do love this machine very much. The only true modern utilitarian machine left perhaps.
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