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Thread: Good dealer for classic Kawasaki parts

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyB_11 View Post
    Is that Kawasaki in your workshop Mikey? I might be off work next week and need to come and pester you about all things single cylindered so I'll have a stare at it when I'm up there if things work in my favour regarding time off.
    No prob Andy kettle is always on
    overland and classic

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    a few pics of my brothers classic kwaks he has a restored S1 250 as well
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    Skid06........Bloody fantastic bikes....Many thanks for posting the pics.......

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    Thanks for this post.
    A few moments of peace tranquillity and pure pleasure.

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    Who sneaked a GS into the picture of that Rickman Kawasaki?

    Lovely Kawasakis by the way

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    I thought I’d use this thread to post that kawatripleparts.com are knocking 10% off everything ordered next Friday if you enter the word black where it asks for a voucher code on checkout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnie comet View Post
    Gents.....Time for a few pics' of these classic Kwaks.....PLEASE........
    Here's my Z1300
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    Moriwaki

    Well it certainly is NOT restoration but this is my on going project for 3 years ish,
    it's an American import 1976 Z900 or should I say it was, it's running a GPZ1100 engine with 1000ST carbs and my prize possession a genuine MORIWAKI end can, ZZR600 forks and wheels and a mixture of bits and pieces from all over the place, I think I have built it up at least 3 times and thought NO. then pulled it apart again, this time I think I'm happy with it . . . . up to now hee hee
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