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    Quote Originally Posted by leleven25# View Post
    Steve..... sorry for the delay. Microsoft shut down our email and I have been stuck for a month! Just starting up a new one. I should have all the MG part numbers on a bill and will look on Wednesday. I will find your contact information and send you my new one.....
    No worries, Thanks for getting back to me. My fork bottoms have been powder coated beautifully just need a polisher to get that little bit at the top polished out like stock.

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    Steve here’s what I got from MG Cycle. Qty. 2 of each.
    1. 03530529 (their stock code #). Fork bottom sealing washer, with rubber.
    2. 14524500E. Rubber fork wiper, dust cap, 35mm forks.
    3. 14526407. Fork damper, 395mm overall length.
    4. 90706238. “0” ring, fork top bolt, 35mm forks.
    Total was only $85 plus shipping and it all works great! John D.

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    Fork Rebuild

    Perfect Thanks for that ordering now!!

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    Does anyone know which FAC damper assemblies fit the later 750 sei models?
    I’m looking to install some in my 78.

    I see some 900 sei parts listed (like fork tubes) in MGCycle, but I’m not sure if those are the same.
    Nothing specific on the 750...

    I appreciate any input.
    I would like them as good as I can get- and I’m sure the stock ones are hosed. I have not inspected the fork tubes closely enough to determine if I need to replace those (I may have to).

    thanks
    Mark
    1978 Benelli sei, 1973 Benelli 250 SuperSport, 1968 Benelli Dynamo Trail, various OSSAs, Electric Motion Escape ‘R’ (on order)

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    Benelli Sei 750 1977

    Hi John,

    Sergio here from London Uk and new to this forum, actually I don’t know how to use it properly!

    I believe you have a Benelli Sei 750 1977. The reason I am contacting you is because I want to buy a carburettor and the rear lights for the same motorbike you have. I have tried several online shops and also official dealers here, Germany and Italy but they don’t have those year’s parts. Could you please let me know if you know a shop there or somewhere I could get those parts?

    Thank you
    Sergio

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