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Offline Lordbob

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 Hi duTch

Yeah i think its all there.... bolts and stuff will need replacing and the primary chain case has a small split in it  but i intend to check the engine over thoroughly before reassemble. i think at the moment my biggest search will be for a replacement rear mudguard i would like to keep it original if i can so i need one with the hinged lower section  it'll take some serious searching

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G'day Lordbob,  *welcome*
That looks like a great way to start. Checking everything before assembly should give you a better ride than buying one "going" (to blow up shortly).
I saw a Longstroke Plunger on the IOM when I was there.
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Richard L

Thanks for the welcoming note and the advise on posting a picture



Yes your probably right on the frame the rigid must have been a bit of a bone shaker.

Yes I can see many hours of searching in front of me but thats all part of the challenge

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