Post your Airhead pics

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by a_k_nicholls, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. ME 109

    ME 109 Long timer

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    It came with a camping caravan (trailer) that I inherited from my parents.
    I think the model is a crapper 1000 :D
    Deposits removed by achieving red line in 5th, and pulling shute. Ideally after passing several sportsbikes.:wink:
    Cost: zip, diddly, nada.
  2. gsd4me

    gsd4me 90% bluff

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    It has a quick release mechanism so that deposits can be re-deposited in a nearby bush similar to the bush nearby. :D
  3. Plaka

    Plaka Brevis illi vita est

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    Quit putting gas in your beer?

    OK, crapper on a bike. Two questions arise in the mind:

    1). Why is it facing backwards? I would think it would be easier to get on the bike, drop 'em and then scoot back for the perfect throne seat. But it needs to open to the rear, not the front.

    2) What's under it? How did you handle the seat pan with the solo seat and the rear subframe? This requires investigation. I find the pizza pan option, the worlds largest goldfish pond, you putting gas in your beer, more worlds largest goldfish pond, The Bike With No Sidestand. (or center stand, interesting option), Worlds largest goldfish pond under construction, Joy of your life, having a personal tech day in the middle of a camp out, Fish in the worlds largest goldfish pond, Fishin' glory (we know where you caught them and that you staged the shot), and this:

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    No lines on the glass.

    I wondered how you got them off so I just asked. never did find NFO on the seat pan or subframe and I got tired of looking at the most excellent goldfish pond (really, very nicely done!)
  4. ME 109

    ME 109 Long timer

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    Aha! my photobucket list!

    1, There are no lines on the glass because there is no glass. It's plastic. Those GS riders will drag their feet in the gravel and do all sorts of things to try and stop me passing. I got tired of broken headlight glasses.

    I field tested the crapper facing the other way. Roared past a road train and the vacuum lifted the lid and covered me in.....:puke1

    That's not gas in the beer, it's beer in the bike! :freaky

    The crapper fits snuggly behind the solo seat. No further mods required.
    After fitting the solo seat, I just had to come up with some 'outside the square' ideas.

    Glad you like my swimming pools. With fish.

    Now where did I leave that link to my photobucket account.............
  5. ME 109

    ME 109 Long timer

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    No sidestand or centre stand......... do you mean this one?

    Check out the sump.

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  6. Kt-88

    Kt-88 I like everything.

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    Ouch.
  7. Plaka

    Plaka Brevis illi vita est

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    That one. looked like it was holding up some trees here and there too.


    Looks like the area has been prepped for a repair. How did you do that in the field?
  8. ME 109

    ME 109 Long timer

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    My brother's RS, insufficient care when crossing a creek on the way to the alpine Rally here in Aus and a rock got it!
    We fixed it with JB weld and my dessert spoon. (after cutting the handle off 'course)
    We were lucky to borrow some JB from a fellow rallyer but it was the 'slow cure' so the old RS spent a little time around the camp fire warming its belly.

    My brother is a real good bloke. He even fixed my spoon and gave it back to me.

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  9. Plaka

    Plaka Brevis illi vita est

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    I meant, how did you get it all nice and clean and ready for the JB weld? I carry the stuff but maybe not the best equipment to prepare an area---get it really clean so the JB weld will stick.
  10. ME 109

    ME 109 Long timer

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    Prepped with a stainless steel pot scourer and fuel. Easy.
    The repair wept a little, but he easily made it about 400 k home.
    'JB quick' is the one to have, with a 4-5 minute set time. I used to always carry that when trail riding and repaired holed engine cases on more than a couple of occasions.
  11. Plaka

    Plaka Brevis illi vita est

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    Ah so. Thanks!
  12. lucky6600

    lucky6600 Been here awhile

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    she sure can run very well


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  13. backdrifter

    backdrifter Wannabe rider

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    Beautiful bike, lucky! She looks like a runner indeed....

    Here are the latest pictures of mine, which actually runs now! :clap :clap :clap

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  14. GCCR

    GCCR Been here awhile

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    Before and After shots of my 77 R100/7

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  15. Bigger Al

    Bigger Al Still a stupid tire guy

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    Wow, both of those bikes are beautifully done! :clap
  16. CurlyMike

    CurlyMike Formerly SaddleSoar

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    nice. nice. nice. I need to see the more of the rear cafe seal cowl and need some info about the filler gas cap. Please.
  17. Chico

    Chico Thief and Saboteur

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    I love the color brown that you chose to paint it. I see a lot of people with perfectly good bmw original brown strip it down and paint it black or gray or blue. I love the rich 70s brown. Is that a BMW color?
  18. bill42

    bill42 Old-School BMWs

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    um, isn't that an orange bike?




  19. Plaka

    Plaka Brevis illi vita est

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    The handgrips are painted brown.
  20. disston

    disston ShadeTreeExpert

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    I think it's a sort of Orangish Brown or maybe a Brownish Orange.

    I'm not a fan of cut down fenders or Chrome Plated valve covers but over all it's a nice looking bike. I hope you enjoy it and get many miles of smiles from her.