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Vespa Moped Brake Cable Thing

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The New Puch Five Star Mags,From treatshq. They require some special changes to get them to fit right.Puch Magnum Mag Wheel

On the front wheel I used a Vespa Moped cable stop thing,as pictured above in diagram (a) Commonly found on the Vespa Ciao,Bravo,Grande,Si,Boxer and others

As I recall ,I also did some re-threading where thebrake cable adjusterthreads into the brake plate,right. These cable stops work great and are easy to adjust.Just make sure the cable is mashed in there good,so it won’t slip.

Also The Rear brake plate may have to be made larger where it fits into the stop piece on the swing arm.

Also notice that the hole that holds this rear brake cable adjuster may also have to be drilled out larger.

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Scooters aren't a very safe choice. LA City streets have potholes large enough to park a VW bug in - the small tires on a scooter are no match.
Consider getting a moped, or a scooter with at least 16" wheels. Anything that has more than 50cc will require motorcycle registration & license. Only those 50cc with 30mph restrictor may qualify as moped - check with the dealer, since 50cc scooters are now 4-stroke and have higher performance.

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By STUART F. BROWN. Published: July 5, 2013. Of all the head-of-the-class vehicles one might expect from the wizards at BMW's research and development works, a high-performance scooter would probably be well down the list. If it made the list at all.

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