A new 125H owner!

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Mrmorley
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A new 125H owner!

Post by Mrmorley » 27 Jun 2022, 22:28

Hello
I hope English is ok.
I just bought an approx 1981 125H and was wondering where the best place to find spare parts is and if there is a pdf of the parts list?
I ned a new brake cylinder cover (or entire throttle), front brake assembly, air filter box, etc etc.. so I was hoping to find either a member with some parts or a supplier of used parts and new parts such as gaskets and seals.
I bought the bike as a semi project with my son as I love the look of the 125H and didn't really want a higher performance bike..
Many thanks in advance
David
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Re: A new 125H owner!

Post by 350-v-twin » 28 Jun 2022, 10:27

Hello David,

Welcome to the Forum!

English is OK on this Forum.

In the Netherlands and in England the 125H was not officially imported. Of course there are some of these bikes, but those have been imported privately.
My guess on parts:

In Germany (see the linkpage on the website):
- Heim
- Dieter Hoffmann
- Moto Stefano
- Rainer Bollgrünn
- Tremezzo.de
- Ebay.it
- Also Italian swapmeets like Novegro, Reggio d'Emilia and Imola.

Yes, pdf of the parts list does exist. I'll send it seperately by download link.

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Re: A new 125H owner!

Post by Mrmorley » 28 Jun 2022, 17:27

Many thanks!

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Re: A new 125H owner!

Post by Tintin » 30 Jun 2022, 09:45

I might have some 125H parts lying round the garage (based in the Netherlands), what do you need?
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Re: A new 125H owner!

Post by Mrmorley » 04 Jul 2022, 12:14

Hello Tintin
I found a couple of missing bits (air filter box and dial casing mainly)
But as I am going through the machine, I am sure I will discover parts that need replacing or are not there.
So I will keep you updated of that's ok.. I have seen nicer seats than mine and I do know the rear pedals are missing as is the original brake grip and cylinder..
Thanks
David

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Re: A new 125H owner!

Post by Mrmorley » 05 Sep 2022, 16:15

Hello all.
I had a holiday so no action on the Morini.
Now I have an issue with the brakes. Can someone please tell me what brake caliper should be on the front?
Mine were disassembled and I'm not sure it is correct. I think it according to photos.
I can#t seem to find what model I need for parts or replacement.
The bleed nipple is leaking and I am not sure what nipple is required or if the problem lies elsewhere..

Many thanks
David

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Re: A new 125H owner!

Post by 350-v-twin » 06 Sep 2022, 12:03

In the parts catalogue only "diameter 38mm" is mentioned on the caliper. Most likely it is made by Grimeca.

On my Kanguro X1 I had a Grimeca "diameter 32mm" also made by Grimeca. I later replaced it by a brandnew Brembo, which looks identical and fits 1:1.

Most likely you can get a Brembo 38mm replacement without any problem, as Grimeca parts are difficult to find.

See for instance:
https://www.bobsbmw.com/store/product/b ... -k75--k100

Just make sure you get the correct one for lhs or rhs use.

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Re: A new 125H owner!

Post by Mrmorley » 06 Sep 2022, 12:34

Thank you very much fir the info!

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