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Looks like this part number will Part#:MU90086 , seems to me one year there in the late '70s was kinda a bastard year for sporters and seems to be very hard to get parts for. According to the description it sounds like they will fit your bike. Being a chopper it will probably require alittle custom fab to get most anything to work though...
 

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Dan said:
Looks like this part number will Part#:MU90086 , seems to me one year there in the late '70s was kinda a bastard year for sporters and seems to be very hard to get parts for. According to the description it sounds like they will fit your bike. Being a chopper it will probably require alittle custom fab to get most anything to work though...
yea Dan those are the ones I was looking at....MU90086
 

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Dan said:
Looks like this part number will Part#:MU90086 , seems to me one year there in the late '70s was kinda a bastard year for sporters and seems to be very hard to get parts for. According to the description it sounds like they will fit your bike. Being a chopper it will probably require alittle custom fab to get most anything to work though...
'79 was the odd-ball year...
 

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Yes, those should work on your scoot. The 1979 models are the ones that are so hard to find parts for. And yours having a rigid frame, those pipes should workout good for you. I'd expect some bracket fabbing.
 

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Yes, those should work on your scoot. The 1979 models are the ones that are so hard to find parts for. And yours having a rigid frame, those pipes should workout good for you. I'd expect some bracket fabbing.
thanks Ill hook em up and post a picture
 
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