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Thread: Laverda LZ 125 resto.

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    Turned down a bush for the back of the input shaft


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    Piecing it together . . .

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    Coming on nicely......

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    Bearings in the freezer, case on the hot plate.

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    and theres a bottom end

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    Have you spoken to Richard Slater at Slater Laverda? He’s a mine of information and I think I am right in saying that if yours is a UK bike it must have passed through his hands as the UK concessionaire at the time it was built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy B View Post
    Have you spoken to Richard Slater at Slater Laverda? He’s a mine of information and I think I am right in saying that if yours is a UK bike it must have passed through his hands as the UK concessionaire at the time it was built.
    Im under the impression they were not sold to the UK market.. hence being like hens teeth.. though i could be wrong.
    Thanks for the link, Ive sent slater lav a message.

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    Are you doing the resto yourself? or have you got some help ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa-2512 View Post
    Are you doing the resto yourself? or have you got some help ??
    Im doing it myself.
    If you recognise the location its because i work there

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    Richard's a senior gentlemen these days and I know he doesn’t go in on Mondays so don’t be too expectant on the speed of response!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSAS View Post
    Im doing it myself.
    If you recognise the location its because i work there

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    That explains it, Another thread i shall bookmark

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    It rolls..

    Next up; paint, seat recovering and barrel rebore & plate.

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    Lavely

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