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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by England-Kev, Oct 1, 2008.
is that number correct?
Hey Kevin, whenever you get a chance, on the front page, my ST is really an 83 as opposed to 82 as listed. The build date is October, 1982 but the MY is naturally '83.
I guess mine was a red one...
The red ones (and formerly red ones) are the best ones.
My apologies. It's actually 7054. (Don't know what I was looking at).
It seems black over red is a more popular color than I thought. Hope to have pics up soon.
I just noticed this, but is your tail light melting?
Looks like time for a new taillight lens and bulb...
I just pulled the front wheel of my ST for a new brake rotor and pads, also found a failing wheel bearing grease seal, but luckily the bearing still had grease. Parts should be in on Friday.
It's been like that since 07 when I bought it. Never saw a need to change it
It looks like yours, Mark's, and Jenna's, bikes were built on the same day
Wow!! Really??? If Stboy was coming to the olds cool rally we could get the three stooges back together!!!!
Where and when is this???
Look here. Fill out your profile more so were know where to find you.
Oops! I think Kevin misread the screen names - looks like its Buellgrrl's bike that was built at the same time. Sorry Jenna. I didn't think ours were popped out at the same time.
Sorry, my mistake, I am old and tired and also getting ready to spend a week on the bike camping in darkest wetest Wales
That's OK Kevin. My ST at least wears some parts that were originally on Hardwaregrrl's.
BTW Kev, are you visiting south GA again any time soon? I'd still like to ride up, meet you and buy you a pint, and sample the hot dogs at the Billiard Academy you described.
My wife and I were talking last night about the age of some of our bikes. We might need to have a party next spring 'cause her R80ST was built 3/83 and my 850 Norton was built 4/73, making them 30 and 40 years old.