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Post by Filthedrum on Tue 9 Jul - 14:55

Hi I am looking for a indicator switch for my Bedford CF 1984. Just came back from Barmouth giving no signal,s not very popular with other motorists.
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Post by brodco on Tue 9 Jul - 15:23

Hi wave 

Filthedrum wrote:Hi I am looking for a indicator switch for my Bedford CF 1984. Just came back from Barmouth giving no signal,s not very popular with other motorists.

Hand signals are still allowed in the Highway Code hugegrins 

Is it anything like this:

http://shop.vauxhallgreenparts.co.uk/bedford-cf1-indicator-stalk-vauxhall-part-number-91075591-1137-p.asp

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Post by -mojo- on Tue 9 Jul - 15:31

Ebay is probably the best place to look. Several NOS parts (at high prices) but also a couple of CFs at breakers "all parts available".

However, if you have ~no~ indicators at all, I doubt it's the switch...
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Post by brodco on Tue 9 Jul - 16:32

Hi wave 

Filthedrum wrote:Hi I am looking for a indicator switch for my Bedford CF 1984. Just came back from Barmouth giving no signal,s not very popular with other motorists.

Hand signals are still allowed in the Highway Code hugegrins 

Is it anything like this:

http://shop.vauxhallgreenparts.co.uk/bedford-cf1-indicator-stalk-vauxhall-part-number-91075591-1137-p.asp

Brod

Err scratch head  A double post over an hour apart and I'm absolutely sure I didn't post twice! How did that happen?think_smiley_46


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Post by Dutto on Fri 12 Jul - 15:58

Hi there,

Getting a bit older (thank-you Lord) and going a bit deaf (punishment for not wearing ear-defenders) my problem was leaving the indicators "on" after I had turned a corner and then having fellow motorists wave to me (if you get my gist!).

As a result I got the local garage to fit one of those "beepers" that they fit to HGV's for when the are reversing.up! 

I can now hear it. However, so can sharp-eared pedestrians and as a result they do tend to leap out of the way at junctions!!allthumbz allthumbz 

Best regards,
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Post by triclops on Fri 6 Sep - 20:01

Im a bit late for this one as I have only just joined the forum but I have found a very helpful place called Adrian Bailey Classics in Leeds for all CF parts and all British cars & vans
from 1952 - 1988  Adrian is a very helpful person he can be contacted on 01132634288  or  adrian@roverland.eu  hope this helps others as well
Cheers Jeff
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