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    Sheps rebuild

    Great weekend

    I took a few pictures of Sheps bike rebuild
























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    It's seeing pictures like this that makes me start to consider an airhead..... and i don't even smell like pee!

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    Was it all stripped down before the weekend or did Shep ride it and then strip it whilst there

    Looks a lovely bike now its back together

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    We should have done a time-lapse photo shoot!
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    Well done chaps ,Looks fabbydoo.

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    fanfuckintastic

    that looks the dogs danglys
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    It was looking quite believable until I saw Bustupbiker and Bakerlonglegs getting involved

    Looks a BIG project ... well done guys
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    Love the black hubs

    V nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spout View Post
    Love the black hubs
    So did everybody else. I suspect they will become de facto on future airhead rebuilds.

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    it was great to see the bike go from bare frame and boxes of bits to complete running motorcycle in just 2 1/2 days..

    and nothing had to be plugged into a computer to make it work


    looks the dogs danglies shep well done


    hm

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    Many thanks for everybodies help, i'd never have got it done without you all, it was a brilliant weekend and to come home with what I think is now a really nice bike is just really special.

    Thanks to you all


    Shep

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    That came out exceptionally well mate, hope you have miles of smiles on it

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    Nice looking bike. Makes me want to buy an 80G/S (not that I can afford it) just to play on the forest roads with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    It was looking quite believable until I saw Bustupbiker and Bakerlonglegs getting involved

    Looks a BIG project ... well done guys
    Hands out looking into space, i was checking out the washers for size.
    I'll have you no i helped THE MAN fit the loom. The insulation is only on the wires to keep the smoke in, you do all no that don't you?

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    Just a quick question , i know it's a little of topic buuuuuuuut ......

    Has Shep had some of those Elton John Styleeeeeeey hair plugs fitted ...
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