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Platinum Points

Bracker1

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I have been using Tungsten points in my magneto and wanted to return to the original Platinum points. Does anyone sell the Platinum points ? I read through the Lindsey catalogue and there doesn't seem to be a parts match. 470877 I believe. Better yet, are there any stashes of these in the spare parts bin for sale. Thanks for the help. Dan (no i won't use ebay)
 

Bracker1

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Excellent, thanks for the info. Are the threads 4BA or some other size? It's snowing, but the season's not over. Cheers, Dan
 

tatty500

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Bracker1
They have 4BA and 3.5mm on that web page, but not listed is the rivetted on one. It looks like you'd need to mail them your reqirement.
Cheerio,
Tatty
 

ogrilp400

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Have been running tungsten points on the magneto on my Norvin for 33 years and 200,000+ miles. In that time it has used up probably four sets. Seems I don't have too much to complain about.
 

john998

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Hello,
Tungsten points have work for me over the last 46 years. They may help a tired mag limp on a while.
Cannot remember the last time I looked at the points on the solo, if it starts with out difficulty don't poke about down there. John.
 
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