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Hi can anyone help I have got a I think is a kymco 125 cruiser bike but finding it hard to find parts can anyone help

I bought bike fella said jobs are done ready for mot but have found crack in front right indicator lens And clutch cable is very close to brake pedal I'm just learning and don't seem to be able to find parts

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What year is this Bike? Most motorbikes in the Kymco price bracket often use common 'Generic' parts that fit a lot of different brands of Asian motorbikes. You might not be able to get a Kymco specific part but there will be aftermarket options available, usually online. Most good bike parts shops can usually source something to do the job.
The clutch cable should be flexible enough to be pushed away from brake pedal and you can use a small cable tie to keep it out of the way, a quick and cheap fix

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    Simon Atkinson Sep 14, 2022

    There are thousands of makes out there so don't concentrate on specific ones. What parts are you actually looking for?

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    Simon webster Sep 15, 2022

    A throttle cable that doesn’t rev up when I turn handle bars and replacement front right indicator lense

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    Simon Atkinson Sep 16, 2022

    As John H said as long as you have all your vehicle details you should be able to source parts online. Almost all Good bike spares stores can usually supply the bits you need.
    If the Throttle cable 'sticks' as you turn the handlebars try this. With the engine OFF and the key Out, follow the outer cable sleeve from the engine all the way to the handlebars to check it only has smooth gentle curves all the way along its length. Disconnect the Throttle cable at the engine end. Hold the small peg on the cable end and work the throttle as you turn the handlebars repeatedly left and right. The cable should slide smoothly and not be affected by the position of the handlebars. If you're getting tight spots try adding a fine oil to the cable and sleeve. Disconnect the cable from the twist grip end. Pull the cable to the throttle fully open position and point it straight upwards. Using a fine oil like 3 in 1, (not WD40 as it isn't an oil), add a drip of Oil onto the cable and slide it backwards and forwards 10 or more times to work the oil through the sleeve. You may have to do this two or three times. Try working the throttle linkage on the actual engine with your thumb to check that it is moving smoothly. Reconnect the cable at both ends and work the throttle. Over time and use the cable should get better as the oil works its way through the sleeve. Let me know if this helps.

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    Simon Atkinson Sep 16, 2022

    While the cable is off at the handlebar end work the twist grip as well. It should be a smooth spring-loaded movement.

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Plenty of parts online search part using yr make and model

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