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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #30 on: 29.06. 2018 13:29 »
Just sayin', that Greybeard has a beautiful bike, and so trouble free.  ;) *smile*
Fingers crossed! :)

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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #31 on: 20.07. 2018 13:08 »
https://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?topic=7964.msg105921;topicseen#msg105921
{BTW I’m 6’2”} and 19 stone LOL.
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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #32 on: 23.07. 2018 22:54 »
Coater87, in your latest picture I can see that you have the kickstart Cotter pin in the wrong way round, (unless you want the Kickstarter more anticlockwise than normal)

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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #33 on: 24.07. 2018 09:20 »

 Without seeing the pic, I have to say I had mine off the other day and as an experiment, I replaced it the other way which is 'Head' up and nut on the bottom/to rear; reason/logic being that may provide more surface bearing area....because even though it works fine, is a bit deformed as it was. Can post a pic later if need be...definite change in lever angle but not enough to spill my drink over *smile*
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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #34 on: 24.07. 2018 10:12 »
And he must be 8'6" tall. Pegs so low and break lever at that angle. Just kidding mate. Comfort is the name of the game.
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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #35 on: 28.07. 2018 19:34 »
And he must be 8'6" tall. Pegs so low and break lever at that angle. Just kidding mate. Comfort is the name of the game.
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 Kick start cutter backwards, because that lever beats the road tar out of my exhaust pipes. It's not permanent.

 That's the correctly cranked kick start lever. $100.00 U.S. for stripping and new chrome plating. Just picked it up. *smile*

 As far as control levers go, I surely hope those are not permanent. Just cheap looking and feeling. Made by Emgo.

 I wish these bikes had 1 inch bars, it would be a lot easier to find good quality controls. But I want to say these levers were something like $50.00 for the pair, so expectations should not be too high I guess.

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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #36 on: 31.08. 2018 14:22 »
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Woot! Lovely job!

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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #37 on: 20.10. 2018 06:27 »
G'day bsapete.
Long time no see (8 years). Lookin' good mate.
Being a Jag owner in the ACT you'd have to know the Dunsters.
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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #38 on: 21.10. 2018 09:48 »
Indeed I do. You asked me that 8 years ago *smile*
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61 T110 Cafe and a couple of Bonnie’s (67 TT Special replica and a 68) The TT gave me a hankering for another Scrambler. A genuine one this time.

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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #39 on: 20.06. 2019 06:04 »
GREAT looking machines in this post Richard, a really good initiative on your part  *yeah* *beer*….. just need to browse these occasionally to revive the enthusiasm to go out to the shed and fight the weather! One day it'll be finished and I'll post mine too  *smile*..

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Re: Quick replies to "Just a Picture"
« Reply #40 on: 29.06. 2019 01:46 »
Two birds with one stone. Doctorbugz and Coater87, both looking great (not to take anything away from those I did not mention).

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