Am still trying to get my 59 Brum roadworthy and am working on electrics.
I am wondering if anyone can tell me what type of switch activated the rear brake and where it is to be located. I am sure I can cobble something up, but would prefer it to be original if possible. I have acquired the original 6 volt lucas horn locally. British bike shop. The rest of the electrics appear to be Miller throughout. The bike itself is in quite good condition aside from missing horn, panniers and brake switch. Also the wiring harness itself is made up of all black conductors with different colored connections. Does anyone know if this is original,? I would assume so as the condition of the bike indidcates this.
Thanks again for any imput. This forum and members have made this ressurection possible and very interesting. Brilliant.
Thanks for all the great help. With the wiring diagrams and photos I will have no problem in sorting out the brake switch and horn. Am now trying to get the cylinder head off in preparation of arrival of new head gasket. Pretty sticky but will gently work at it. Has anyone tried the light rope in the cylinder bore through the sparkplug hole trick on the Scott. Good compression and kicking it over does not want to free it up.