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Worlds apart or Stable mates
« on: 18.06. 2014 10:15 »
Worlds apart or stable mates? .

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Re: Worlds apart or Stable mates
« Reply #1 on: 18.06. 2014 10:24 »
Well, they both have two wheels  *whistle*

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Re: Worlds apart or Stable mates
« Reply #2 on: 18.06. 2014 13:37 »
I know which one gets all the attention at the pub.
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Re: Worlds apart or Stable mates
« Reply #3 on: 18.06. 2014 14:15 »
Well I'd say, not actually that far apart.
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Re: Worlds apart or Stable mates
« Reply #4 on: 22.06. 2014 02:11 »
Yep; aircooled pushrod twins with design roots in the 1930s, duplex chain primary drive with shoe adjuster, and gearboxes which bolt to the back of the engine