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Offline sunrunner1

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Re: Major Starting problem
« Reply #15 on: 07.04. 2013 23:45 »
Hey all,
So much has happened and time on the bike.  It is working great and kicks over 1st or 2nd try.  A lot of time and rebuilding everything from the ground up. I found that I have a '65 motor, '64 frame, '52 front and rear from a Triumph.  I had to design and have a bushing made so the rear would fit tight.  Also got new tires, the '52 rubber on the front was in good shape, but I didn't want to chance it.  It is in the motorcycle museum in Indianapolis.

I have learned a lot since being on here last and I want to thank you all for your suggestions and help. 

The bike still looks the same and I found that the tank is the same as Captain America's in "Easy Rider", an original, not a copy.
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Re: Major Starting problem
« Reply #16 on: 08.04. 2013 00:03 »
Welcome back, and thanks for finding the forum useful. Bike looks like great fun, but as it's A65 based the amount of support will be limited here.

Now, to get the full use of the forum resources, evaluate getting an A7 \ A10 as your next project ?  *smile*
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