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Marchesini Cush Drive needed

Hi:

I need a Cush Drive/ bolts spacer etc for my Forged Aluminum Marchesini 10 spoker.

Would be great to get ASAP!

Much thanks!

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Just curious, but what happened to your existing one?
BTW I had to replace the rear rotor carrier last year due to a hairline crack, and noticed the replacement was redesigned.
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Just curious, but what happened to your existing one?
BTW I had to replace the rear rotor carrier last year due to a hairline crack, and noticed the replacement was redesigned.
Hi SubSailor:
I got a new set of never mounted Marchanisi's and it did not come with Cush Drive.
All on back order for 6 weeks and I don't want to wait.
If I may ask, where did you locate the drive/ kit and how long did it take for you to get?

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I've never had a problem with my cush drive, only a hairline crack on the rear rotor carrier.
Possibly due to the previous owner laying it down on the right side.
I found it while cleaning and inspecting parts last year during the refurb.
The U.S. distributor for Marchesini is TAW Vehicle Concepts.
The contact there is Jolene.
This is where I ordered the replacement rotor carrier and also where I obtain replacement cush dampers.
Because the rotor carrier was a safety related issue, Jolene put a rush on the order, so it only took 2 or 3 days.
http://www.tawvehicle.com/
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I've never had a problem with my cush drive, only a hairline crack on the rear rotor carrier.
Possibly due to the previous owner laying it down on the right side.
I found it while cleaning and inspecting parts last year during the refurb.
The U.S. distributor for Marchesini is TAW Vehicle Concepts.
The contact there is Jolene.
This is where I ordered the replacement rotor carrier and also where I obtain replacement cush dampers.
Because the rotor carrier was a safety related issue, Jolene put a rush on the order, so it only took 2 or 3 days.
http://www.tawvehicle.com/

Gave it a shot, it will be 4 to 6 weeks or longer due to some hollidays.
Very difficult to deal with this situation.

Hey thanks very much appreciated!

I will try alternate means for now.

Regards,

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Gave it a shot, it will be 4 to 6 weeks or longer due to some hollidays.
Very difficult to deal with this situation.

Hey thanks very much appreciated!

I will try alternate means for now.

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Did you also order the cush dampers to go with the cush drive?
Or do you already have them?
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Did you also order the cush dampers to go with the cush drive?
Or do you already have them?
I have the rubber pieces - 5 of them - I think those are the dampers yes?

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I have the rubber pieces - 5 of them - I think those are the dampers yes?

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Correct.
And FYI, they're $12 each.
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Correct.
And FYI, they're $12 each.
Glad I saved myself a few bucks!!!!


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BTW What color did you get the in?
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