Looking for some Aero 125 parts

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Looking for some Aero 125 parts

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Looking for the following parts:

1. Spark plug grommet for the metal cooling shroud
2. Grommet for the plastic cooling shroud
3. Hardware for the LH side cover
4. Screw on reflector
5. Body cover screw. This is the phillips shoulder screw.
6. Grab bar w/hardware for the rear rack
7. Working or non working complete bystarter

Please let me know what have and how much shipped to OH.

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I found everything I needed except the bystarter. I you have a non working, but complete unit, please shoot me a delivered to OH price. Thanks.
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Bystarters are cheap on eBay, $10-$15 usually, sometimes as little as $5.
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I am looking for the one made specifically for the Aero NH 125. Part # 16046-KG8-673.
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Why? The generic ones work exactly the same. It's not rocket science technology. The original ones haven't been made for some 25 years or more.
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Thanks for responding. Can you point me to an available bystarter that will work with the original Aero NH 125 carb? I was going to try and repair/rework the Honda bystarter.
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The bystarter is essentially a spring and pin with some wax inside. The 12v melts the wax and lets the spring extend. It's nothing more than a simple electric replacement for what is known as a choke. If you search ebay.com for "scooter bystarter 125cc" you'll get quite a few results.
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Unfortunately they are not made for the Aero NH 125 standard carb. I want to try and rework a broken one.
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I replaced mine some time ago with a generic one and it worked fine. Good luck with that. Over and out.
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Why? The generic ones work exactly the same. It's not rocket science technology. The original ones haven't been made for some 25 years or more. GTA San Andreas Apk
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