Wiring harness for Ural M66 1974

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Wiring harness for Ural M66 1974

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Any one tell me were I can get a wiring harness for my 1974 Ural M66.

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HI I CAN SEND YOU A DIAGRAM

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Tbh you're best off making one up yourself from the diagram ( i've done this with old cars)... you can probably simplify / dispense with some of it too, and just rig running elecs ( if it's chugging around battles do you really need all the lights etc ? )...would look better with a Dneipr type tank without the seam too, these are available on various foreign ebays etc ,and look pretty much like the BMW design, maybe re do the mudguards too (esp front) which ride closer to wheel on stays on WW2 machines, good project ! :D

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The photos are from last summer when I picked the bike up off this very forum, much work as been done, most of the paint work stripped and repainted field grey and many new parts including tank. It was the first thing to go (looked shite) in the process of filling & repainting the new tank after my son knocked the frame over, and yes it fell on the tank which I had just finished painting (kids)
the guy who sold it to me said the electrics were faulty, so instead of messing around I would like to fit a new harness, It's not going to be towed from show to show, I would like it to be road legal if possible, so need lights front and rear. it's 6 volt and I know they are a bag of shit but that the beast I'm afraid.

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Fair play then, ( hope you beat the child for knocking it over BTW :twisted: )
.. there's a bloke called F2 bikes or something 01295712900 ( a dealer / shop) who deals with and specialises in these rooskie bikes and parts ..aparently you shouldn't ever mention to him it's going to be a 'nasty naartzee' reenactment bike as he is obviously a bit of a nutter and doesn't approve of such things ( so I've been warned !!!)
There's a site called Russian Iron that has 'geek' boards with useful intel about these, also Cossack Owner's Club which is similar ( and I think UK based ) so a few places to try eh....
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Old Timers Garage Poland,
have had many deals with this company ALL GOOD

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http://www.oldtimergarage.eu/catalog/index.php

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wilhelm 222 wrote:HI I CAN SEND YOU A DIAGRAM
please if you would that would be a great help
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pepperpot wrote:Old Timers Garage Poland,
have had many deals with this company ALL GOOD

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Sent them an email awaiting reply
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peterwulfhund wrote:Fair play then, ( hope you beat the child for knocking it over BTW :twisted: )
.. there's a bloke called F2 bikes or something 01295712900 ( a dealer / shop) who deals with and specialises in these rooskie bikes and parts ..aparently you shouldn't ever mention to him it's going to be a 'nasty naartzee' reenactment bike as he is obviously a bit of a nutter and doesn't approve of such things ( so I've been warned !!!)
There's a site called Russian Iron that has 'geek' boards with useful intel about these, also Cossack Owner's Club which is similar ( and I think UK based ) so a few places to try eh....
..
emailed F2 as well (fingers crossed)
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leibstandarte wrote:
peterwulfhund wrote:Fair play then, ( hope you beat the child for knocking it over BTW :twisted: )
.. there's a bloke called F2 bikes or something 01295712900 ( a dealer / shop) who deals with and specialises in these rooskie bikes and parts ..aparently you shouldn't ever mention to him it's going to be a 'nasty naartzee' reenactment bike as he is obviously a bit of a nutter and doesn't approve of such things ( so I've been warned !!!)
There's a site called Russian Iron that has 'geek' boards with useful intel about these, also Cossack Owner's Club which is similar ( and I think UK based ) so a few places to try eh....
..
emailed F2 as well (fingers crossed)
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Hi,
Sorry this is not something we have or can get.

Many Thanks,
David Angel
F2 Motorcycles Ltd
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Sent you a message on Facebook last night Herr Gotz - he might be able to hook you up ;)
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leibstandarte wrote:
pepperpot wrote:Old Timers Garage Poland,
have had many deals with this company ALL GOOD

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http://www.oldtimergarage.eu/catalog/index.php
Sent them an email awaiting reply
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Hello,

I don't have this, sorry

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Oldtimer Garage Leszek Lyzwinski
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74-106 Stare Czarnowo
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That's a bugger , I know mechanical parts are avail quite readily even on ebay, wiring obv not.... I think you'll have to do the build one up wire by wire thing, it's not too difficult esp with a simple vehicle like that I'd say.
If the other chap doesn't send a diagram ,pm me and I'll do you a copy of M72 / K750 wiring diagram which will be more or less the same to get you started ( i can happily send you one anyway if you wish btw! )

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Walther wrote:Sent you a message on Facebook last night Herr Gotz - he might be able to hook you up ;)
Danke heer Leutnant, "have emailed him"
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Walther wrote:Sent you a message on Facebook last night Herr Gotz - he might be able to hook you up ;)

Hi Neal, sadly no, I don't. Wiring diagram is very simple, it cost about £30-40 and never seem to be good value for money, and I don't have it. DIY is best option, sorry. Can't you find wiring diagram?



can any one send me a wiring diagram that a simpleton can follow :cry: :cry: :cry:
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