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Tuesday, 24 February 2009
Wednesday, 18 February 2009
I got a bit done on my Triumph over Christmas but due to a lot of things , I haven`t been able to drag it outside and get a decent look .
The oil and petrol tanks are mounted solidly now , also the rear mudguard (sorry Richie - fe. .der)is mounted , had some help with this from Ritch at Charkys Chopshop.
You can`t see it , but under the tank , the frame is strengthened and braced and a bolt in toptube was made . Oh yeah , the seat is mounted and I trimmed the gearbox cover too.
Looking at the bike outside , I decided the light on the `fendguard` was just clutter and the sidemount I`d made stuck out too much . So , I quickly knocked up the smaller sidemount and also a bracket for one of the cocktail shakers.
The pics above are kind of in reverse order . I still think it needs a skinnier rear wheel but I have a few things in the pipeline on that front.
Posted by missinglink at 12:48
Tuesday, 10 February 2009
Sunday, 8 February 2009
Friday, 6 February 2009
Wednesday, 4 February 2009
Interested in good straight Triumph wheels front or rear in 18,19 or 21" sizes , don`t have to be in stunning condition.
Always interested in older custom stuff .
Looking for straight Boranni , Akront or Dunlop flanged alloy rims ,16, 18,19 , 20 or 21" , also steel Dunlop rims in these sizes.
Any BritBike or older custom stuff considered , e.mail me for a haggle.
Here`s my trades , thanks for looking.
NOS Hex OilTank for Brit.###SOLD###
HiLevel pipes for Pre Unit Triumph , rusty but solid.
T100SS Timing Cover (fits others)Complete Tacho Drive####SOLD####
Early 70s Rectangular Headlight , twin filament(hi/lo)
Sportster Tank c/w tap `n` cap
Early unit Triumph 350/500 front frame loop (swan neck type)
Replica Lycett small sprung saddle , nicely worn in.
2.75*19 Pirelli Tyre
Unknown Make Peanut tank (looks like Wassell) , BSA Bantam tank,many other tanks also .
19" steel dunlop rim 40 spoke , black powdercoat
17" steel dunlop rim 40 spoke , clean old chrome
This is by no means all of it , e.mail for details and more pictures.
Thanks for looking.
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Posted by missinglink at 13:07