Today's Dnepr Adventure

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by Boxer Metal, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. Boxer Metal

    Boxer Metal Mad Scientist

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    Took a trip today with my friend Jan(Yan) to look at an bunch of stuff for sale. Most of it is sold but we found some good stuff to bring home.

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  2. MotoJ

    MotoJ Mobtown Hacker

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    Is this what's left of Vostok Motors?
    See any M72 parts?
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  3. Boxer Metal

    Boxer Metal Mad Scientist

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    Less actually. The black rig bottom left and the gray rig top left, and a bunch of rims and tires. I'm not familiar enough to know an M72 part if it fell on my head.
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  4. jbcaddy

    jbcaddy Long timer

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    I am headed out shortly to pick up the boat Chris and I bought, along with a few other things. sort of dissapointed we didn't come back with a couple of complete rigs, but better to be sorry you didn't than sorry you did.
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  5. MotoJ

    MotoJ Mobtown Hacker

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    Any bottlecap wheels?
    6v generators, voltage regulators?
    Sidevalve crankshafts?
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  6. Boxer Metal

    Boxer Metal Mad Scientist

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    I would see what he would take for the gray rig.
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  7. Boxer Metal

    Boxer Metal Mad Scientist

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    It would be hard to find anything with parts all over the floor and scattered about.
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  8. MotoJ

    MotoJ Mobtown Hacker

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    Mitch has a good rep in the Russian bike circles. One of his rigs would probably be a good bet.
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