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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
I'll live with the Modtops for several months and then decide what to do.
Thanks, Barnone! Let me know if you decide to part with them please.
Sorry for the hijack guys!
There's nothing wrong quality-wise with KMZ bikes from the 60s and 70s. They were probably better than their IMZ contemporaries.
The prevalence of kit bikes has given Dnepr's a bad rap. (Thanks, Yuri.)
Gotta go with Eastbloc on this one. They may not be high tech but I cut my teeth on triumphs of the same era and the build and material quality of the KMZ is definitely no worse than the Triumphs. If nothing else it is good to not be dealing with Whitworth and UNF threads.
What do they run? SAE, Metric?
she is a runner
Mostly metric fine with some course thrown in is what I have seen.
I've put a pic of this sidecar of here before. But this is a pic of the hack riding out on the sand in the Outer Banks, NC. My brother was following in his Jeep. Was a little rainy so didn't take many pics.
Nice T shirt!
Looks like a Zundapp to me!
Sidecar is coming....
Don in Nipomo
New Velorex UK Sport on a Honda Transalp.
Velorex has short screen, front bumper bar, rear rack and leisure battery with split charging system.
My lady and her nephew enjoying the sun on my Japanese Ural. (it's a Suzuki SV650 with a Ural sidecar)
Like those Transalp and SV650 sidecars you posted. I had two 1989/1990 Transalps years ago and they were fine motos.
Hauling a bale of straw for a little erosion control.
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Very handy vehicle for hauling stuff.
Finally got time to install the Aeroscreen I have had for 3 weeks now
What wheel are you running on that? Is it a stock Ural axle?
Wyler did work on the hack , it runs BMW wheels on all three .
Here's some more pics of his work
Lifted from Noah RTW on a KTM 690 thread.
An abandoned body laying beside the road , free for the taking. It's in Kazakhstan.