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garethwood

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Reply #15

Spent 2 days up to the elbows in it, but im done!

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Reply #16

You do have to do work on Harleys ,them being some what agricultural  in reliability  *D sorry hun just teasing. No this was a Triumph forum. Garry had basically rebuilt a Speedmaster top to bottom , ss siamese pipes, paint job , brakes steering damper , seats, we still have a big bore kit and a set of  Kehein  smooth bore carbs . Sadly now the bike is dead they just collect dust along with  two draws full of spares.
Got lots of pictures on the desktop ,must fight my way on it...hes always playing Assassins Creed ...and post some. I think I might have forgotten how to use windows lol.
You're right about agricultural, I often refer to it as my two-wheeled tractor.
Having said that, apart from things falling off due to vibration, it's rock solid reliable, but then, I've not really messed about with it.
Get him a PS4, liberate the puter!

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Reply #17

Spent 2 days up to the elbows in it, but im done!

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Looks awesome Gareth

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Reply #18

Looks awesome Gareth
more pics on my build thread : )

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Reply #19

Well done @garethwood looking good, love the lid

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You're right about agricultural, I often refer to it as my two-wheeled tractor.
Having said that, apart from things falling off due to vibration, it's rock solid reliable, but then, I've not really messed about with it.
Get him a PS4, liberate the puter!

That bugger has more than enough liberty  lol lol lol

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Reply #21

That bugger has more than enough liberty  lol lol lol
Puter=computer

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Reply #22

more pics on my build thread : )

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I prefer no lid, if they jump, that's down to them

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Reply #23

Puter=computer



Oh dear I wonder where my mind was there.... :S.

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Reply #24

I prefer no lid, if they jump, that's down to them


I too never have lids ,but we do have reasonably deep open topped hoods. Had one Trigger, and one Long Horned Cowfish jump since the 70’s . Oh hang on ...Scooter Blenny ...

Just remember how difficult they can be to get out the carpet once you tread on the buggers...I do know a good carpet cleaning company if you cant get the fishy smell out  lol lol lol

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Reply #25

I got an oak floor, hand me a wet wipe please..

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Reply #26

I’ve not seen it this quiet here for a long time. Even if people aren’t posting much there’s normally way more than this logged in.


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Reply #27

Since lock down, been busy working as most of the guys were furloughed, and since the easing of the lock down it gone super busy, have popped onto the forum to see what's happening but most evenings too knackered

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Reply #28

Working winter hours in summer the world's gone mad .....

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Reply #29

I am in the process of breaking down and selling off tanks and equipment, will try and check in every now and again

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