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That being said, I've used my Harley for the 12 miles to get to work for the last year or so and then previously 2 years at college. So it can be done. But then I've always had my tool roll, spare clutch cable and cam belt (never needed either though!)
The 350 kicker limped back home after Stu's weekend with Mick (Bandit) following in his van just in case it threw a hissy fit.. This kicker engine would tick over fairly okay, but as soon as it was under load it would start to splutter, run erratically and generally be a pig; it was like something w...
This has been an ongoing project since September 2017 that I kept meaning to update on the forum but ended up posting various stages on Facebook.. But I've found some time to sort out the photos and a write up, so here goes: Back in September my sprag failed en route to a camping weekend, not wantin...
- Fri Feb 23, 2018 9:50 pm
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: Your Injuries whilst Spannering ?
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I can't remember what I was undoing, probably something exhaust related, but it was rusted tight and needed some force. When it finally gave, my hand spun round and the skin on my knuckles was left on the cooling fins.. definitely learnt my lesson on that one..
- Tue Nov 28, 2017 6:16 am
- Forum: Members Own events
- Topic: south east meet up; kent
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They used to be fairly regular, but somewhere down the line it fell apart... like stu said, it's easy to organise a Sunday ride, there's a fair few of us in Kent/Sussex who turn up