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Thread: Some pics of the Wee-Kend

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    Some pics of the Wee-Kend

    A few pics I took of the GREAT event.












































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    Excellent photos Bubbles...
    here are a few more


    Jasons Big Ends.... it looks like a lucky escape


    Phils pushrod tubes get replaced


    me n phil rebuilding mine after pushrod tubes


    Jason gets help locating his long awaited gasket set and seal kit!


    hm

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    Great pics everyone - looks like it was a great do

    Got to be a serious bit of fettling required if it involved Rob and conrods

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    Yes but he was saying,.... Where the fook does this bit go now"

    There really was a lot of fettling going on , everything from the usual timing and carb tuning through complete carb stripping, ultrasonic cleaning and rebuilding, head stock bearing replacement, wheel bearings, pushrod tube replacement, big end bearings, top end overhauls, bevel box pinion replacement, full wiring of Camille, wiring on the pink one, gearbox spline greasing and probably some tyhat Ive forgotten. And all this whilst drinking copious amounts of beer, cider and coffee, trying to eat our way out of the county and talking more bollocks than Sid's trousers could accomodate.
    And all this work done for just the cost of the parts.
    This do is really one in a million.

    Oh and I almost forgot that it raises a goodly amount for charity.


    Brill

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    Great Photo's

    Great photo's, no two bikes the same.

    It's quite amazing that the actual time available, with parts, the amount of jobs completed and the fact everybody rode home that rode there.

    If I recall the last bike was back in one piece @2330hrs on Saturday night.

    Alot of thanks to those who made sure that happened.
    Cobbster

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