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Offline Greybeard

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1923 advertising page
« on: 02.03. 2023 10:22 »
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Re: 1923 advertising page
« Reply #1 on: 02.03. 2023 10:29 »
If I'd designed handlebar clamps like that, I'd keep quiet about it, not push it as some sort of achievement.
Like the idea of the brass tank though - perhaps we could persuade our Indian sheet metal smiths to press their tanks out of stainless as a preventative measure against modern fuels?

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Re: 1923 advertising page
« Reply #2 on: 02.03. 2023 10:34 »
If I'd designed handlebar clamps like that, I'd keep quiet about it, not push it as some sort of achievement.
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Re: 1923 advertising page
« Reply #3 on: 02.03. 2023 23:58 »
Hi All,
Well the clip type mounting of the bars didnt last long ??
My 24 350 has the type illustrated for the heavyweights

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