Bracket identification

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Bracket identification

Postby derekckemp » 27 Mar 2020 11:19

Can anyone tell me what this bracket is for on my 1979 350 Sport? It has an M5 thread tapped in it. The rear brake cable rubs on it whether it runs over or under it.
Thanks for your help in advance.
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Re: Bracket identification

Postby 72degrees » 27 Mar 2020 18:29

Is that a standard brake pedal?
Is it for an adjustable stop?

Presumably the 79 arrangement is different to the early sport (as parts drawing) though. Too long since I had my 79 Sport to remember!

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Re: Bracket identification

Postby dunk 1 » 27 Mar 2020 18:39

Neither my 79 sport or 79 frame (in case of emergency) have that bracket so presume it is an added extra - for what I have no idea! - thanks - Duncan
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Re: Bracket identification

Postby Steve Brown » 27 Mar 2020 20:31

I too think that's a non-original bit, maybe for a brake lamp micro-switch? pretty unfortunate position too!
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Re: Bracket identification

Postby Ming » 28 Mar 2020 09:29

I think it is a stop. There should be a screw through it for adjustment. Pretty sure I have similar on my 2C, I'll have a look in a bit and post again.
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Re: Bracket identification

Postby Ming » 28 Mar 2020 11:45

Here are a few pics of the arrangement on my 2C if they are any help.

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