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Bosch Dynamo / Alternator / Starters, Carbons ?

NOS, and not available anywhere in the civilized world. On the box, it says Dynamo, but who knows.

3 sets available Bosch 1 007 014 114
About 10 sets + of Bosch 1 107 014 125

Someone asked for 2 sets, regrettably I forget who it was. I think it was for generators though, and I think these are for Dynamo...

Anyhow, please let me know, and as I have no idea what something like this is worth,
please (and I hate doing this) make an offer + shipping.

Regards, Alberto
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These part#s are googable
114 is for starters
125 for generators
But didn't spend the time to ID the units they fit
Rebuilding is beyond my skill!!
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Thank you Paul!

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Bosch is infamous for manufacturing the same part under many different part numbers. Who knows why? Anyway, this brush set is also made by many manufacturers. Quite commonly available in the civilized world, as well as in the USA.

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Bosch is infamous for manufacturing the same part under many different part numbers. Who knows why? Anyway, this brush set is also made by many manufacturers. Quite commonly available in the civilized world, as well as in the USA.
Thank you Don!

I am aware that other brands are available, not Bosch though.

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3 sets of 114's are sold (none left), and 3 sets of 125's also.

That leaves 5 sets of the 125.

Price: $20 x set + couple of bucks for shipping.

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