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    2004 Suzuki GN250 - Brake Master Cylinder Assembly cracked!

    Hi all,

    Came back from a nice ride yesterday to find a significant crack through the cylinder assembly on my GN

    https://imgur.com/a/WNWAmMH

    I havent had an accident since owning the bike so my guess is a small crack was made with the previous owner that has grown with each and every day ride done since...

    Either way, I'm happy it didnt cause me any on-road strife or worse!


    Does anyone know where I could get an OEM part for a reasonable price? A little bit tired of looking at the $ value Coleman's puts on their parts...

    Am also open to suggestions for an after market or updated brake cylinder assembly that would do the same job?


    Cheers guys & gals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpl View Post
    Hi all,

    Came back from a nice ride yesterday to find a significant crack through the cylinder assembly on my GN

    https://imgur.com/a/WNWAmMH

    I havent had an accident since owning the bike so my guess is a small crack was made with the previous owner that has grown with each and every day ride done since...

    Either way, I'm happy it didnt cause me any on-road strife or worse!


    Does anyone know where I could get an OEM part for a reasonable price? A little bit tired of looking at the $ value Coleman's puts on their parts...

    Am also open to suggestions for an after market or updated brake cylinder assembly that would do the same job?


    Cheers guys & gals!
    Try Trade Me and/or bike wreckers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The End View Post
    Try Trade Me and/or bike wreckers.
    Yeap, no such luck on TradeMe. Will try 'Action Bike Wreckers' today.

    Can you recommend any wreckers who know their stuff? Might try get one off a different Suzuki model if it fits the bill.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpl View Post
    Yeap, no such luck on TradeMe. Will try 'Action Bike Wreckers' today.

    Can you recommend any wreckers who know their stuff? Might try get one off a different Suzuki model if it fits the bill.

    Cheers!
    I generally just email them all asking for what I want, if they don't have it then they don't have it.

    But the GN250 is a common enough bike I'm sure someone out there has the part you're looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The End View Post
    I generally just email them all asking for what I want, if they don't have it then they don't have it.

    But the GN250 is a common enough bike I'm sure someone out there has the part you're looking for.

    Thanks very much, ended up finding someone on TradeMe who has imported a few brand new ones. Cheers for your suggestions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpl View Post
    Thanks very much, ended up finding someone on TradeMe who has imported a few brand new ones. Cheers for your suggestions!
    are you sure they are not for the 125?

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    Cant imagine they are different. It will have the bore size cast on it usually 1/2 (inch) for single disc arrangement.
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