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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
Nice that they have covered motorcycle parking!
One of Phil's rigs.
A 79 .
Thought I'd get a few dollars back so sold him the tire.
Couldn't get him to bite on the camper though.
I seen that on Stock Rd. last week.
From the GOAOM thread:
The first one has some real negative camber ?
Moved here from the Motorcycles with Car engines thread. This motor is from a Trabant.
I like the front braking solution , anti - dive linkage and hydraulic actuation.
Celebrating my birthday..
My wife (sidecar chick) and I rode up to Baker Lake. Very warm with views of Mt baker and a great place to fly my new drone.
Packing up at home.
Mt Baker... Baker Lake
The happy couple..
Stop at Nutty's Garage for burgers and shakes.
after 9 months of fixing, I got this back on the road last weekend!
Been working on getting the dog to think this is a good idea.
Just curious, Dave, what size wheel and tire do you have on the leading links of your Concours?
2003 BMW K 1200 $7,000 DFW area
That is a seriously good looking outfit.
Would comment but a hundred years on is not long enough to be safe from these girls.
Not certain that the springs on that car would respond well to the recoil of that Lewis. I can easily see an harmonic feedback loop causing unfortunate consequences.
I don't think the person on the other end of the bullet would be too worried about the recoil
the LL was originally built for a 1982 era goldwing. Brakes and wheel are all from that. it's got a 130/90-16 rear wheel mounted backwards.