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Cube Battery Cover Push Button 22mm - 3116
 

Cube E-Bike Parts

Cube Battery Cover Push Button 22mm - 3116

£8.50

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Please Note: This product is only available to customers who purchased their bike direct from us. This part is held in stock and is available to our customers for a quick and convenient solution.

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This Cube Battery Cover Push Button 22mm is a reliable and convenient solution for protecting your battery from dust and debris. Its 22mm size fits perfectly in most battery slots to ensure a secure fit, while its push-start design allows for quick and easy access. With its durable construction and long-lasting performance, this cover is the perfect choice for keeping your battery running like new.

 

This component is one of seven individual components required for the Push Button assembly of Cube battery covers. 


Other components needed to make up the Push Button: 

  • 3117
  • 3115
  • 3185
  • 3287
  • 3114
  • 3113

Please Note: This product is only available to customers who purchased their bike direct from us.


Due to production rates or product availability, these items are only available to customers who purchased their bike direct from us for a quick and convenient solution to further support the bikes that we sell. We do not supply these products to those who have bought their bikes from others dealers.

The ADD TO CART button will appear to pre-approved customers when logged in to their account. If this doesn't appear and you purchased your bike directly from us, please email us with a copy of your bike purchase receipt and we’ll be very happy to add you to our approved customer list.

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Richard Downs
Replacement part

Brilliant service, one phone call and 30 minutes later was e.mail an itemized costing that I literally just had to click on to confirm and pay. Simples