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    Bugger I forgot about that!! Really sorry I'll...

    Bugger I forgot about that!! Really sorry I'll see if I can find it but I've moved twice since!!!!!
  2. Get whichever one you fancy, within a year you'll...

    Get whichever one you fancy, within a year you'll be looking for a big twin anyway!
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    Canvas all the way for me, dead easy to to put up...

    Canvas all the way for me, dead easy to to put up and take down and the superior ventilation makes camping a real joy again, plenty of room in a Tentipi 7 for me and the mrs, two dogs and the wood...
  4. No point in restoring it if it doesn't need it,...

    No point in restoring it if it doesn't need it, and especially not if you want to keep using it, there must be hundreds of people that would want to buy that bike as an original with time earned...
  5. Thread: drive to Gwynedd

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    Even 'Sheep stone' perhaps? You're the welshman!

    Even 'Sheep stone' perhaps? You're the welshman!
  6. Thread: drive to Gwynedd

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    I knew someone would correct me :-) Kettles...

    I knew someone would correct me :-)
    Kettles always on!
  7. Thread: Norton Commando

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    Carbs are a personal thing, i never had many...

    Carbs are a personal thing, i never had many issues with twin amals once i'd got rid of the bored out ones I had on my first commando, 32's bored out to 34's didn't leave much meat to hold the...
  8. Thread: Norton Commando

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    Mikuni, works well and its a very easy starter,...

    Mikuni, works well and its a very easy starter, the bike has a few mods done as I bought it as a wrecker with a blown up engine, the original engine was built by Mick Hemmings and was tuned up just a...
  9. Thread: Norton Commando

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    Right up my street that is! Well done! Stainless...

    Right up my street that is! Well done! Stainless primary adjuster!!! That's dead posh!

    My two, the 750 i've just finished over last summer, and the 850 mk 3 is unrestored mostly bog stock with...
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    Sticky: https://photos.smugmug.com/Motorcycles/Norton-2015...

    https://photos.smugmug.com/Motorcycles/Norton-2015/Norton-2/i-V29sh6z/0/M/IMG_5294-M.jpg

    I finished my second Commando last summer, i bought it as a cafe racer but its ended up as my fastback...
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    Check both ends of the battery connections make...

    Check both ends of the battery connections make sure they are tight and clean, a new battery might not hurt they are/were a know weak point, Oddessy(?) do a great replacement (personally I don't...
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    Not me! Sorry, nice looking bikes though!

    Not me! Sorry, nice looking bikes though!
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    I'm certainly no computer expert but i'd pop it...

    I'm certainly no computer expert but i'd pop it back to factory settings, my tame windows geek by passed my admin password in a few seconds, i couldn't believe it.
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    I had on in the fold for a while when I was a...

    I had on in the fold for a while when I was a kid, it belonged to a girlfriend, i enjoyed riding it which was lucky 'cos i had to keep riding it to Gander and Grey's Romford road to pick up parts for...
  15. Thread: Honda Xr

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    A few years back now I had the choice of both the...

    A few years back now I had the choice of both the DRZ400 and an XR400 to ride anytime I wanted and i almost exclusively took the DRZ, there was nothing between them off road for me, the only real...
  16. Thread: Bike Lift

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    If you're tight on space go for a scissor action...

    If you're tight on space go for a scissor action one, they lift and lower on their own footprint
  17. Thread: Classic TT

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    I dunno their 'look' actually looks a bit too old...

    I dunno their 'look' actually looks a bit too old for the bike to me, they look more 50's and 60's hot rod, whereas the bike is more 1970's styled, each to there own though, a triumph project will be...
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    That's a cracking fish and a lovely way to fish,...

    That's a cracking fish and a lovely way to fish, i used to do a little bit of grayling fishing on the Test, Itchen and Anton, it was all upstream heavy nymph work and the bites incredibly delicate...
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    Sounds good to me, if i can get the respite time...

    Sounds good to me, if i can get the respite time i'll be there, dog friendly?
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    Near the end between Abersoch and Rhiw, funny old...

    Near the end between Abersoch and Rhiw, funny old place to fish can be brilliant yet at other times seem fish less, mostly due to water clarity and weather.
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    Work allowing i'd be interested in having a go,...

    Work allowing i'd be interested in having a go, i'm not a brilliant fly fisherman, but I have got some basic kit, i have plenty of lure kit though. I live less than a mile from a beach on the Lleyn...
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    Er I used Steptoe and i was in 'ampshire, he is a...

    Er I used Steptoe and i was in 'ampshire, he is a quality BMW spanner man, worth the effort to go a few extra miles down the road.
  23. Thread: Its Turbo Time!

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    How dare you, the colour matched my saturday...

    How dare you, the colour matched my saturday shell suit, as for price, who is able to put a price on originality, anyway it is a factory colour and the only one i've ever seen!
  24. Thread: Its Turbo Time!

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    That was close, just collected this today, the...

    That was close, just collected this today, the queue for the workbench is getting longer!!

    https://photos.smugmug.com/GPz900R/i-gXNg6fg/0/M/IMG_5430-M.jpg
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    I got all excited as i've yet to find a UK...

    I got all excited as i've yet to find a UK supplier for the new Turbo project, they seem to stop three years too early at 1980!!
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