Where can I get parts for a Shenke scooter?

by Gabe
(Santa Barbara)

I'm trying to locate the battery and spark plug on a 2008 50cc Shenke scooter?

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Sep 16, 2009
Parts for your Scooter
by: JIm Zeiser

I don't know if I'm reading your question right. If you mean where are the parts located, the spark plug is located behind the door where you put your feet and the battery is usually under the mat where you put your feet.

As to where you can buy them www.partsforscooters.com is a good bet along with searching absolutelyscooters (.net I think). One of those two should be able to help you out.

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