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    Shiney
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    Start of the electrical installation,
    Need some high tech zip ties
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    A very nice man just dropped these in
    Cheers Florence you're a star
    The list of jobs is getting smaller
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    Looking good!
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    There are two opinions of the GS. There are those who have ridden one who think its fantastic and there are those who haven't who know its crap.

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    Wow that looks great , congrats

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    That looks wonderful!

    I love a big Zed. Swapping from my Ginger beemer to this green one last year reminded me just what brilliantly grunty, thrusty powerful feeling engines they had. Lockheed callipers, sorted suspension, sticky avons and an 18" front made it steer and stop too.





    Getting back on to Ginger Spice afterwards reminded me that airheads had no brakes even by the standards of the olden days!

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    Hmmm now where does the red one go
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    My brain hurts
    Was it blue or ,,,,,,
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    That bike looks fecking gorgeous!

    I once rewired a mates Bonnie...........18 years old and both skint so it was done with the only wire I had, one spool of blue wire. Great for tracing faults


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    Quote Originally Posted by Outtomunch View Post
    18 years old and both skint so it was done with the only wire I had. Andres
    That brings back memories . . . around 1968 I re-wired a mate's Velo Venom - with brown wire .

    Bob.
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    Ha !!
    Tamed the beast
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    I'll post some pics tomorrow,but this is up for sale,
    Just waiting for a new earls oil cooler,been waiting a month
    As the previous pics show,it has loads of bespoke trick bits,
    Will be recommissioned and mot,ed ,
    Make a very nice bike night/ promenade bike
    Offers welcomed
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    One proviso,I can borrow it back for a few custom shows
    I have quite a few projects to do this year so I need the space
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    What are those plug leads??

    they look well cool

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    Taylor leads ,dyna coils
    £250 worth
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